IN VIVO CELL AND TISSUE IMAGING

– High resolution options –

SPIM

SPIM & Macro-SPIM

Light sheet microscopes for recreating images in 3D and in depth

Actine ©T. Mangeat & A. Negash

Super-resolution microscopy

Techniques that break with the resolution limit of light microscopy

Confocal in one- or two-photon(s)

Confocal microscopes

Essential tools, with many variations available in one- or two-photon(s)

– Easy to use options –

L'apotome permet d'isoler un plan focal donné (droite) en partant d'un échantillon complexe (gauche)

ApoTome

Easier to get familiar with than the confocal, this tool achieves a very good resolution

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Stereomicroscope (Axiozoom)

For good-quality observations with ease

– Fast imaging options –

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Wide-field microscopy

Used to follow in vivo developments over the long-term

Microscope Spinning disk

Spinning disk microscope

Combination of good resolution with low phototoxicity

– Surface observation options –

Microscope TIRF

TIRF microscope

Used to observe membranes, cytoskeletons…

Microscope à force atomique (A.F.M.)

Atomic force microscope (AFM)

Used for imaging 3D surface structure (10-10m), it furthermore allows measuring binding forces

– High throughput options –

nanozoomer-fluo-A4

Digital slide scanner

This high throughput virtual slide scanner functions in bright field or with fluorescence labeling

Imagerie et analyse multiparamétrique

Multiparametric imagery and analysis

High throughput and high-content wide-field microscopes

 

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