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Hi, I am searching for cytovision software for karyotyping compatible with the Leica DM 1000 research microscope in our lab. Kindly suggest and oblige, Thanks

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Hello, a very late solution to your problem but........

If you have a DM1000 you can add cytovision to your system contacting Leica who now own cytovision. You will likely have to purchase a new camera to be compatible with the software but they can provide you with everything necessary.

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    Hello, a very late solution to your problem but........

    If you have a DM1000 you can add cytovision to your system contacting Leica who now own cytovision. You will likely have to purchase a new camera to be compatible with the software but they can provide you with everything necessary.

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You will need a high resolution monochrome camera.Contact Delta Optical Instruments, Inc.For the ZEISS or Lumenera camera.Email:  robin@deltaoi.com for detailed information
Software is available at the following link....http://www.videotest.ru/en/products/17

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    You will need a high resolution monochrome camera.Contact Delta Optical Instruments, Inc.For the ZEISS or Lumenera camera.Email: robin@deltaoi.com for detailed information
    Software is available at the following link....http://www.videotest.ru/en/products/17

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