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Fluorescent microscopy. Magistretti; Etienne Cuche; Yves Emery; Tristan Colomb; Christian Depeursinge (2005). "Historic phase contrast microscopy movies". doi:10.1038/nphoton.2012.329. doi:10.1038/4661137a. Light delivery via a liquid light guide, and effective cooling prevents vibrational artifacts and experimental interruptions caused by these factors. As living cells are translucent they must be stained to be visible in a traditional light microscope. We'll be back as soon as we can! We're sorry for the inconvenience.. ^ "Quantitative phase contrast microscopy". The X-Cite 120LED was more uniform and stable when compared to their HBO lamp, and also allowed the cells to proliferate marginally more than cells imaged with an HBO lamp over the same duration.