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Micromanipulation uses microsurgical techniques to study and alter the structure or composition of single living cells or a group of cells under a microscope. It involves a specialized microscope called micromanipulator which comprises tiny glass tools attached to robotic arms that are driven by an electric motor. These microtools have very small tips that do not allow the abrupt or gross movements that commonly occur during human handling of microscopic specimens.
Increased flexibility in live cell imaging offered by Olympus’ new advanced optical modules in its inverted microscope frame design

Increased flexibility in live cell imaging offered by Olympus’ new advanced optical modules in its inverted microscope frame design

Optics Express publishes new paper on smart micromanipulation aided robotic-surgical tool

Optics Express publishes new paper on smart micromanipulation aided robotic-surgical tool

Needling chromosomes yields insights into cell division

Needling chromosomes yields insights into cell division