The top choice for scientific researchers
in academia, government, and private industry.
The most comprehensive, affordable, and user-friendly digital microscopy-stereology system available worldwide for Macintosh and PC computers.
For over a decade, prestigious journals and publishers including Nature, Science, Lancet, JAMA, Cambridge University Press and The Johns Hopkins University Press have published scientific papers and books based on results from the Stereologer/Fiji system.
- Applications Of Modern Stereology To Quantitative Microscopy, in Microscopy And Microanalysis, L.N. Brewer, S. Mckernan, J.P. Shields, et al. (eds.), Cambridge University Press, London, Vol. 15, pg. 1526-1527, 2009.
- 17-alpha estradiol mitigates loss of pyramidal neurons in hippocampus of dtg APP/PS1 mice. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 23:629-639, 2010.
- Stereological And Image Analysis Techniques For Quantitative Assessment Of Neurotoxicology, in Neurotoxicology, 3rd Edition, Target Organ Toxicology Series, G. Jean Harry, Hugh A. Tilson, (Eds), Informa Press, London And New York, March 2010.
- Neuron Number and Size in Prefrontal Cortex of Children with Autism. JAMA, 306:2001-10, Nov. 9, 2011.
- Unbiased Stereology: A Concise Guide. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, August 2011.
- Applications Of Unbiased Stereology To Neurodevelopmental
Toxicology, in Developmental Neurotoxicology Research: Principles, Models, Techniques, Strategies
And Mechanisms (C. Wang And W. Slikke, Eds), John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken,
N.J. Pp. 53-77, 2011.
- Effects of age and LPS-meditated inflammation on central catecholaminergic neuron number in B6 mice. Neurobiology of Aging, 423:27-36, 2012.
"We've been using the Stereologer for over ten years now, we really like it."
Professor S. Omar Ahmad, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO.
"I think we will decide today or tomorrow, and believe I have them leaning toward Stereologer. Mostly I made the case that [competing system] doesn't do anything more than Stereologer, really, and for the user friendliness of the Stereologer software. So why not save the $15-20K?"
Professor P. Gottschall, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR
"The Stereologer is a workhorse, easily the most heavily used equipment in the laboratory. Pretty soon we're going to need our third one."
Dr. Mark Butt, ToxPath Associates, Gaithersburg, MD.
"We have been using the Stereologer and are quite happy with it."
Melvyn Ball, M.D., Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon