BX-51 Fluorescence Microscope
BX51 Microscope, Sensicam Camera and Image ProPlus image software
Manager: Beth RhoadesBackup: Alan R. Bleier
The microscope and digital image capture system is located in the CNF wet (biology) lab. The microscope has light pathways for transmitted or reflected brightfield, DIC, darkfield, and fluorescence (filters for TRITC, DAPI and FITC). The stage can accommodate devices, printed materials, microfluidic apparati, and cell cultures. It is available for use with fluorescent devices, particles or cells.
Additional Resources:Operating manual
Basic Concepts in Optical Microscopy
Basic Concepts in Fluorescence Microscopy
Image ProPlus Software analysis capabilities
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