Microscope Heated Stage – Fits most makes of Microscopes
The Microstat microscope warming stage ensures the accurate temperature controlled microscopy that is critical to meaningful sperm motility assessment and other live cell examinations.
Conveniently attaching to the mechanical stage of almost any veterinary microscope, Microstat digital monitoring and adjustable temperature control maintains semen and other living cell samples thermally independent of variable field or laboratory conditions.
Live Specimen and Semen Quality Microscopy
Simple and straightforward addition of a Microstat heated stage adapts almost any veterinary laboratory microscope for semen quality assessments and other live specimen applications. Sperm motility microscopy requires the maintenance of live sperm at 37 °C (98° F), the temperature normally experienced during fertilisation in vivo. Semen quality assessments in the field can be impaired by environmental temperatures too high or too low for meaningful sperm motility observations.More Info