Spinning disc confocal, multiangle TIRF and FRAP microscope with dual-camera adaptor

Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

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Großgerät

Kurzbeschreibung

Spinning disc confocal/multiangle TIRF/FRAP microscope

Ansprechperson

Gabriel Krens

Research Services

Inverted Spinning Disc / multipoint TIRF / epifluorescence microscope
Spinning disc confocal unit: Andromeda
Spinning disc unit camera: Andor Ixon 885
Laser lines: 405, 445, 488, 561, 640 nm
Oligochrome light source for epifluorescence imaging
Multipoint 360° TIRF (Total Internal reflection)-microscopy with all laser lines, motorized adjustment of TIRF angle calibration
FRAP with all laser lines
TIRF objectives: 60x/1.49 and 100x/1.49
TIRF/Epifluorescence port is equipped with image splitter (Andor Tucam) with two Ixon 897 cameras
Motorized stage for multiposition imaging
Temperature control of a sample with tabletop incubator

Methoden & Expertise zur Forschungsinfrastruktur

Spinning disc and TIRF microscopy, basic training, sample preparation consulting

Zuordnung zur Core Facility

Imaging Facility

Terms of use will be defined in a scientific collaboration agreement.