The inverted epifluorescence microscope CARV II/Nikon Ti-E can be utilized to observe standard fluorescent dyes, such as DAPI, GFP, TexasRed etc. The system can be utilized as a spinning disk microscope thanks to its Nipkow disk that allows to acquire the whole field of view confocally in milliseconds. The set includes an incubation chamber for imaging live cells.
Features and practical information
- Epifluorescence imaging
- Phase or Nomarski contrast (DIC) with 10× objective
- Spinning disk acquisition
- Live cell imaging
- Users from academic institutions through Czech-Bioimaging open-access: fully subsidized
- User from industry: contact the facility manager