• Journée portes ouvertes sur la plateforme Imagoseine pour les 80 ans du CNRS

    L’Institut Jacques Monod vous invite à découvrir sa plateforme d’imagerie biologique et ses applications dédiées à la recherche.

  • January 2018: demonstration of the new confocal microscope A1 R+ (Nikon).

    Availability of the microscope at the facility: two weeks

  • November 2017: demonstration of the new confocal microscope LSM880 fast Airy scan (Zeiss).

    Availability of the microscope at the facility: one week

  • November 2017: organisation on our site of a symposium of one day on ‘Sample Preparation for microscopy: from single protein to model organisms and organs’,

    in the frame of the working group ‘Sample Preparation’ of the microscopy network rtmfm of CNRS.

  • September 2017: the facility tests clearing protocoles at tissues, organes and model organismes.

    Soon a new service to be proposed at the facility.

  • Fevrier 2017: Installation SBF-SEM TeneoVS

    Le nouveau microscope électronique à balayage couplé à un système d'ultramicrotomie (Serial Block Face imaging) a été installé sur la plateforme

  • February 2017: new Camera installed on the spinning disk CSU X1.

    The sCMOS Prime 95B, with quantum efficiency of 95% !!

  • December 2016: new objective with long working distance

    for thick and transparent samples on the multi-photon microscope (Olympus 10x, NA 1, WD 8mm)

  • October 2016: new workstation (station de travail 3)

    16 cores CPU, 196Gb RAM, for even higher performances for image processing.

  • September 2016: ImagoSeine user wins the FranceBioImaging image contest 2016 !!

    Michael Lang, using the recently installed spinning disk CSU W1, is among the 2 first winners of the FBI image contest 2016.

  • June 2016: Installation of a second sCMOS camera on the CSU W1 spinning disk microscope.

    With 2 sCMOS Flash4 cameras, the microscope is ideal for 2 color simultaneous imaging of live samples.

  • April 2016: Arrival of the new spinning disk CSU X1

    Equipped with a X1 he’d and one EMCCD and one CCD CoolSnap camera, on a Zeiss AxioObserver body and a FRAP module, the microscope is well suited for live imaging.

  • March 2016: Arrival of the new spinning disk microscope

    Equipped with a W1 head and sCMOS camera, the new spinning disk Andor-Leica microscope is well suited for deeper imaging and with a wide field of view.

  • The ImagoSeine facility is certified with the ISO9001-NFX50-900 standard.

    The NFX50-900 is a new quality reference, adapted to scientific service and R&D infrastructures, adding the management aspect.

  • January 2016

    Demonstration of the IncuCyte ZOOM system. The period 19-29 January the system will be hosted at the facility. System dedicated to live cell imaging (proliferation, toxicity, apoptosis, migration, etc).

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