Equipment

The Nikon Imaging Center offers a variety of microscopic systems, covering a wide range of applications (the room number where each system is located is shown in brackets).

A1R confocal microscope of pointscanning type. With additional resonant scanner and 32-channel spectral detector. 6 laser lines available. (Room U36)
C2 confocal microscope of pointscanning type. (Room U13)
N-SIM confocal + widefield microscope, super resolution microscope of the structured illumination type. (Room U36)
TriM-Scope two photon confocal microscope with photomultiplier and CCD signal detection, extended IR rage, FLIM-detection. (Room U14)
ERS-VoX confocal microscope of the spinning disk type. Allows acquisition of two channels simultaneously (soon to come). (Room U15)
ERS-6 confocal microscope of the spinning disk type. With FRAP unit. (Room U13)
TIRF Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence microscope with widefield and epifluorescence capabilities. (Room U15)
NiE upright widefield research microscope with epifluorescence and DIC. (Room U15)
BioStation widefield high content screening with phase contrast and epifluorescence. (Room U15)
Ti-TuCam simultaneous 2 channel widefield imaging, epifluorescence and FLIM-detection. (Room U15)
Ti-HCS advanced widefield high content screening with brightfield and epifluorescence illumination. (Room U36)
SMZ25 widefield stereo zoom microscope with 0.5x and 2x long working distance optics plus a 25x zoom range. With epifluorescence illumination. Ultra high sensitive b/w-camera and a medium resolution color camera. (Room U13)
SMZ1270 stereo microscope with epifluorescence illumination. (Room U03)

 

Bearbeiter: Christian Ackermann

Latest Revision: 2016-11-30

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