Applied Precision OMX Structured Illumination Microscopy / TIRF

What it's good for:

- Generating multi-color 3D fluorescent images at resolutions down to 100nm
- 4 fluorescent colors acquired simultaneously or sequentially
- Super resolution on fixed cells or sections on a slide with a coverslip (#1.5)
- Conventional light microscopy on live cells in a coverslip bottom chamber (#1.5) 
- Rapid timelapse acquisition in conventional light microscopy mode 
- Cells in culture can be kept at 37 degrees with 5% CO2

What it's NOT good for:

- Thick tissue (>15 microns of acquisition) 
- Large travel distance

Principles of Operation:

Laser light passes through a high-resolution grid onto the sample, generating images of moire' interference patterns as well as the high-resolution information of the sample. By acquiring images with the interference pattern at different angles, the high resolution sample information can be reconstructed, doubling the resolution of the microscope.

Technical Information:

- Microscopy Base: Applied Precision 
- Incubation with CO2 
- 4 laser lines 
- 405
- 488 
- 562
- 641
- Motorized X-Y-Z-T capability 
- Microscope Objective: 
- 100x (1.40 NA)


Room 003D


 
 
All publications generated utilizing our resources must cite our grant:  NS047101