WIDE-FIELD MICROSCOPE

 

Microscope champs large

Upright or inverted – many available variations

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Wide-field microscopes are dedicated to monitoring in vivo development over the long term in cells, embryos, and fluorescent and non-fluorescent animals. Short exposure times, rapid changes in illumination and an acquisition optimized for the sample depth all limit the photo-degradation of exposed tissues. Some wide-field microscopes are furthermore equipped with temperature and CO2 control systems that ensure the survival of the samples over very long periods. The motorized stages allow to memorize multiple fields of view and to aquire them during the same experiment. These tools aer easy to use and satisfy most needs. Their only limitation is their lack of resolution, which for thick samples in particular can lead to use confocal laser scanning microscopes or spinning disk microscopes.

 

Services:

Wheat caryopsis observed with a wide-field microscope

Wheat caryopsis observed with a wide-field microscope

  • Observation in XYZT
  • Acquisitions over long periods
  • Multi-labeled images
  • Thermoregulation and CO2 control for sample maintenance
  • Rapid displacement in depth with precise repositioning
  • Multi-positioning to monitor several fields during an acquisition
  • Micromanipulation and intracellular microinjection
  • Fixed or live samples
  • Multiple sample holders available (petri dishes, microscope slides, multi-well plates, etc.)

 

Access mode:

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

 

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Name
Caracteristic techniques
Location
LEICA Inv Inverted microscope, thermoregulation & CO2 control, multi-positions CBD – Campus UPS
OLYMPUS Upright microscope, thermoregulation & CO2 control, multi-positions IBCG – Campus UPS
Nikon / vivant Upright microscope, thermoregulation & CO2 control, multi-positions, FRAP IBCG – Campus UPS
Zeiss inv Inverted microscope, thermoregulation & CO2 control, multi-positions CPTP – CHU Purpan
Zeiss Cell Obs. HS inv Inverted microscope, thermoregulation & CO2 control, multi-positions I2MC – CHU Rangueil
LEICA Inv N1 Inverted microscope FRAIB – Campus INRA
LEICA Inv N2 Inverted microscope FRAIB – Campus INRA
LEICA Inv N3 Inverted microscope FRAIB – Campus INRA
LEICA Inv N4 Inverted microscope FRAIB – Campus INRA
LEICA DMIRB Inv Inverted microscope, thermoregulation & CO2, multi-positions IPBS – Rangueil
LEICA DMLA Upright microscope IPBS – Rangueil
LEICA Drt MIV Upright microscope, for small animals IPBS – Rangueil
LEICA Drt Stereo IONIPA Upright microscope, for small animals IPBS – Rangueil
LEICA Drt Macrofluo IONIPA Upright microscope, for small animals IPBS – Rangueil

 

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