STEREOMICROSCOPE

 

Microscope axiozoom

From the whole object to its observation in the smallest details

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Stereomicroscopes provide observation by fluorescence or in transmitted light microscopy, with a field of view going from a dozen centimeters to a magnification equivalent to that of a 40x objective. It is therefore possible to image all types of samples, even thick multi-well plates or potted plants, and to navigate from global view to minute details. One of the systems is specially dedicated to small animal imaging, while the other is more dedicated to plant observation. This versatility is synonymous to ease of use, since the observations are made very easily and without changing objectives. The large available space between the sample and the objective, as well as the 3D view offered by these systems, makes it easy to manipulate objects.

 

Fluorescent wheat under the stereomicroscope

Fluorescent wheat under the stereomicroscope

Services:

  • Acquisition in bright-field and fluorescence, with a field going from 4 cm to several mm wide, thanks to a motorized zoom,
  • Possibility of manipulation and dissection of samples,
  • Possibility of ‘in depth’ acquisition for 3D reconstruction and extended focus,
  • Stereomicroscope dedicated to small animal imagery, with an anesthesia system,

Access mode:

  • With assistance
  • In autonomy (after training)
  • As collaborative project

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Name
Characteristic techniques
Location
Axiozoom 1, Zeiss Acquisition in transmitted light and fluorescence
Diascopic and episcopic illumination for bright-field microscopy
Magnification up to 40x
FRAIB – Campus INRA Auzeville
Axiozoom 2, Zeiss Diascopic and episcopic illumination for bright-field microscopy
Magnification up to 40x
FRAIB – Campus INRA Auzeville
Macrofluo Leica Stereomicroscope dedicated to whole body imaging,
Acquisition in light and fluorescence,
Magnification up to 5x
IPBS Rangueil

 

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