Inverted confocal microscope used for Live samples, resonance scanner.
Post author: Paul McMillan. Last update: 28/02/2014 at 4:27 pm by Paul McMillan.
Bio21 Institute, Parkville.
Manufacturer: Leica, SP5 resonance scanner
An inverted confocal with incubation chamber & gas control for live cell imaging experiments.
This system is equipped with an 8K resonance scanner, which is ideal for use in live cell imaging experiments.
This system is located within PC2 laboratories
Benefits of the Leica SP5 resonance confocal
Motorised stage gives multi-point visiting and tile scanning capabilities.
The resonance scanner allows imaging of rapidly moving biology and can also be used to reduce phototoxicity and photobleaching on live samples.
The detectors allow spectrophotometric analysis of your samples.
Technical features and specifications
Inverted system with temperacture and gas (CO2) controllers
Objective: 20x Air (0.5NA), 40x Oil (1.25NA), 63x Oil (1.4NA) & 100x Oil (1.4NA)
Lasers: 405nm Diode, Argon, DPSS 561, HeNe 633
Excitation lines: 405 nm, 458 nm, 476 nm, 488 nm, 496 nm, 514 nm, 561 nm & 633 nm
Detectors: 3x spectral PMTs, 1x transmitted light PMT (BF or DIC)