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 NFX50-900 is a new quality reference, adapted to scientific service and R&D infrastructures, adding the management aspect.
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).
The practical part of the super-resolution workshop INSERM took place at our facility (4-5 November). 2 days of training on the SIM/ 3D PALM and dSTORM techniques. Interactions with participants - test samples. To repeat!!
September 2015: Leica microscopy days.
ImagoSeine hosts the Leica microscopy days, with 4 systems available at the facility. STED and DLS microscope will stay the month of September, please contact the facility for infos on how to test them.
Now this microscope offers 5 laser lines (405, 458, 488, 561, 639). The 488, 561 and 639 nm lasers are 1W cw lasers for dSTORM. Possibility for single molecule FRET experiments with the new laser.
logiciel de reconstruction et de représentation des images 3-4-5 D, et de quantification et de manipulation d'images.
With SHG signal and 2-photon signal acquisition of tissue samples.
Décembre 2014 : Nouveauté microscopie électronique. Installation d'un nouveau cryo-ultramicrotome UC7-FC7 Leica
Nouvel équipement permettant la réalisation de cryo-coupes pour la méthode de marquage immunologique de Tokuyasu
For 3D PALM/STORM Imaging.
For 2-photon experiments, but also SHG and THG Imaging.
July 2014: The ELYRA Super-Resolution microscope has its lasers upgraded.
For more efficient 3 color dSTORM experiments.
May 2014: The Light Sheet Microscope is equipped with a digital CMOS Orca-Flash 4 Hamamatsu camera.
April 2014: The LSM780 confocal microscope is decoupled from the ELYRA super-resolution microscope and is upgraded!
The LSM780 now disposes a Definite Focus system to control drifts along z axis for living cells experiments.
The wide field Leica DMI6000 is now equipped with a sCMOS Neo Andor camera.