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|SITE||Institute of Ophthalmology|
This is a versatile and upgradeable confocal system set up to image and montage thick specimens or whole mounts through the provision of x10, x40 and x63 water immersion C-apochromat objectives. The system uses Zeiss Zen 2009 software permitting a full range of spectral imaging in real time. The smart setup option allows users to quickly create optimised configurations which can be further modified by the users so as to permit faster line scanning modes. Intelligent tiling software permits efficient montaging of large areas as x, y or x, y, z scans. Fully spectral system capable of x, y, z, l scans including real time unmixing.
Upright laser scanning microscope with 2PMT's and a 32 channel Quasar detector Objectives/NA: Air (x10/0.3, x20/0.8) Water (x10/0.8, x40/1.2, x63/1.2). Scans in either 8, 12 or 16 bit modes at pixel resolutions up to 6192x6192. Transmission detector for phase contrast (x10-x63) or DIC (x40 and x63) imaging Available laser lines: 405nm, 458nm, 488nm, 514nm, 543nm and 633nm. Capability to image 34 channels simultaneously or sequentially. Electronic zoom ranges from 0.6-40x objective power.
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Last Updated: 17th January, 2014