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Okugawa Hisashi: Laser scanning microscope. Nippon Kogaku, April 1, 2009: EP2042905-A1 (17 worldwide citation)

A proposition of the present invention is to provide a laser scanning microscope capable of enhancing the degree of freedom of observation while keeping its structure simple. Accordingly, a laser scanning microscope (100) of the present invention includes a light source part (1), a spectroscopic uni ...


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Kuroiwa Yoshinori, Okugawa Hisashi: Microscope. Nikon, June 15, 2006: JP2006-154376 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a laser scanning microscope using a PMT by which detection sensitivity does not deteriorate even if it is repeatedly used.SOLUTION: The laser scanning microscope having a multi-channel type PMT element 15 which irradiates a sample 8 with laser beams emitted from a la ...


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Okugawa Hisashi, Futaboshi Toshiaki: Microscope. Nikon, March 18, 2004: JP2004-085811 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a microscope usable for both of a confocal laser scanning microscope and a total reflection microscope by switching an optical member.SOLUTION: The microscope is provided with a laser illumination light source 1, an objective lens 6, a scanner 3 arranged between the ...


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Okugawa Hisashi: Optical scan device, optical scan type microscope, observation method, control device, and control program. Nippon Kogaku, September 17, 2008: EP1970744-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

It is an object of the present invention to realize smooth switching between free scanning and high speed scanning in a light scanning apparatus and a light scanning microscope. To attain the object, a light scanning apparatus (14 1/4 16, 19) of the present invention includes at least three mirror s ...


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Matsutame Kumiko, Okugawa Hisashi: Particulate operating device by light. Nikon, October 18, 2002: JP2002-303800 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a particulate operating device which is capable of observing a good particulate image of a high contrast while stably and strongly maintaining the force to capture a particulate.SOLUTION: This particulate operating device operates by irradiating the particulate (S) i ...


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Okugawa Hisashi: (Ja) 顕微鏡装置, (En) Micrroscope device. Nikon Corporation, Okugawa Hisashi, NAGAI Fuyuki, December 16, 2004: WO/2004/109361 (2 worldwide citation)

(EN) A microscope device has a housing for receiving an optical member, a sample chamber of an airtight structure, and an environment control portion for regulating the temperature and humidity in the sample chamber and regulating temperature in the housing. An upper plate of the sample chamber is a ...


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Okugawa Hisashi: Micrroscope device. Nippon Kogaku, March 1, 2006: EP1630586-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A microscope system includes a casing in which an optical element is housed, an airtight specimen chamber, and an environment control unit that controls temperature and humidity in the specimen chamber and also controls temperature inside the casing. An upper plate of the specimen chamber is an open ...


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Mimura Masafumi, Okugawa Hisashi: (Ja) スペクトル画像処理方法、スペクトル画像処理プログラム、及びスペクトルイメージングシステム, (En) Spectrum image processing method, spectrum image processing program, and spectrum imaging system. Nikon Corporation, Mimura Masafumi, Okugawa Hisashi, FURUYA Fumio, August 30, 2007: WO/2007/097171 (2 worldwide citation)

(EN) A spectrum image processing method for robust unmix into measurement noise and a spectrum image processing program are provided. In the spectrum image processing method, contributions of a plurality of substances to an observed spectrum image acquired from an observation object are unmixed acco ...


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Okugawa Hisashi: Microscope. Nikon, December 22, 1995: JP1995-333511 (2 worldwide citation)

PURPOSE: To obtain the focal plane moving mechanism of a microscope which is produced at low cost and does not vibrate a specimen moving a supporting means, thereby changing a distance between an observation means and an objective lens and changing the focal plane observed by the observation means. ...


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Okugawa Hisashi, Fukumoto Kensaku: (Ja) 共焦点顕微鏡装置, (En) Cofocal microscope device. Nikon Corporation, Okugawa Hisashi, Fukumoto Kensaku, FURUYA Fumio, January 25, 2007: WO/2007/010697 (1 worldwide citation)

(EN) There is provided a cofocal microscope device capable of increasing the freedom of modification of sectioning resolution while simplifying the configuration of the cofocal microscope. The cofocal microscope device includes: cofocal microscopes (11-18, 10) capable of detecting two or more micros ...