Micromanipulation. Scientist in a laboratory uses a binocular light microscope for micromanipulation in biological research. The microscope is linked to a video camera; the TV monitor (at top) shows a magnified image as a probe conducts the manipulation procedure. The scientist controls the probe with her right hand; her left hand focuses the microscope. Near her left hand is a black tube with a light source which is lighting the specimen tray. Micromanipulation allows extremely fine and delicate work to be carried out, such as embryological or DNA research.
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