Olympus IV100 Intravital Microscope
The IV100 intravital laser scanning microscope offers near-confocal resolution thanks to fiber optic laser light delivery, with simultaneous 3-channel acquisition from 488/561/633/748nm excitation lasers.
The core technology – the MicroProbe objectives – allow researchers to do minimal surgery on their animals and yet view the tissue of interest with an objective lens at a cellular level.
Key features of the Olympus IV100 include:
- 3 simultaneous detection channels for multicolor fluorescence
- 4 lasers:
– Argon laser @ 488 nm
– Diode-pumped solid state (DPSS) laser @ 561 nm
– Red Helium-neon laser @ 633 nm
– Diode laser @ 748 nm
- Immersible Microprobe lens technology for minimally invasive in vivo visualization and simple chemical sterilization
- Microprobe objectives:
– 6x: Wide angle, NA 0.14, 13mm diameter lens, large FOV of 670 microns
– 20x: High resolution, NA 0.5, 1.3mm diameter lens, FOV of 200 microns
– 27x: High resolution, NA 0.7, 3.5mm diameter lens, FOV of 200 microns
- Conventional Objectives: 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x
- Multipositional, tilting scanhead
- X,Y,Z,T scan combination
– 76mm range in Z
- Heated stage, integrated Isoflurane rig.
Gary Brown: Email / 352.273.6569
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