College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Department of Veterinary Medicine

Imaging

General Information:


The imaging core provides users the opportunity image live, fixed, unlabeled, or fluorescently labeled samples using one of several available microscopes.

Our Zeiss LSM 510 Confocal Microscope system has excitation laser lines at 405,458, 477, 488, 514, 561, and 633nm and has four separate detections channels. It is capable of detecting many standard fluorophores, including CFP, fluorescein, GFP, rhodamine, Texas Red, RFP, CY5, and several of the AlexaFluor dyes. Suitable applications include imaging of single, 3-D image analysis, colocalization studies, immunofluorescence, and time series. The Zeiss LSM software is available for image analysis and processing.

Fluorescence microscope (Axiovert 200M) with standard rhodamine and fluorescein filters.


Rates:


Imaging core rates apply to all trained, eligible users and is current for the academic year. The rates are adjusted each year.

Users within the Department of VetMed: $10.50/hour

On-campus users not affiliated with the department: $16.00/hour

Users not affiliated with the campus: $32.00/hour

For more information, please visit the Carl Zeiss website.

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