Research Resource Core Laboratory

3i/Olympus Epifluorescence Inverted Microscope


3I/OLYMPUS EPIFLUORESCENCE INVERTED MICROSCOPE

Haworth Hall Room 1013B

Features

  • Olympus IX-81 Inverted Microscope 
  • ZDC Prior H117 with Proscan III stage
  • Andor Zyla 4.2 CMOS camera
  • Hamamatsu Flash 4.0 v1 CMOS camera
  • Equipped with dual excitation sources, a Lambda LS Xenon 300W and a white LED coupled to 3 Automated Lambda 10-3 filter wheel (1 excitation, 2 emission)
  • Variety of filter sets available including but not limited to:
    • FURA-2
    • CFP/YFP
    • Cy5
    • Cy7
    • TRITC
    • FITC
    • DAPI
  • Microscope enclosure equipped with Temperature, Humidity, and CO2 control
  • Available Olympus Infinity Corrected Objectives:

    Magnification

    N/A

    Corrections/Properties/Immersion Medium

    4X

    0.13

    UPlan FLN 

    10X

    0.30

    UPlan FLN/ Phase1

    10X

    0.30

    UPlan FLN 

    20X

    0.45

    LUCPlanFLN 

    20X

    0.50

    UPlan FLN 

    20X

    0.75

    UPlanSApo 

    40X

    0.60

    LUCPlanFLN/ Phase2

    40X

    0.95

    UPlanSApo 

    40X

    0.95

    UPlanSApo/ DIC

    40X

    1.30

    LUCPlanFLN/ Oil 

    60X

    0.70

    LUCPlanFLN 

    60X

    0.90

    UPlanApo 

    60X

    0.90

    UPlanApo/ DIC 

    60X

    1.42

    PlanApo N/ Oil

    100X

    1.40

    UPlanSApo/ Oil

    150X

    1.45

    UApoN/ Oil

  • Onix Microfluidic System with temperature and gas control

Workstation Specifications

  • SlideBook 6.0 Imaging Software
  • Intel i7-6800k processor
  • 32GB RAM
  • NVIDIA Quadro K620 graphics card
  • two- 256GB SSD RAID
  • one-2TB SATA HDD
  • Windows 10 64 bit.
Please contact Dr. Noraida Martinez-Rivera (Senior Optical Microscopist) or Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar (Director/Professor) if you need further details. 

Announcements

Coming Soon... Hitachi H-8100!!

Hitachi H-8100 Transmission Electron Microscope 
Features:
·          75kV to 200kV thermionic emission (W hairpin filament)
·          Large specimen tilt (+/- 45 degrees) pole piece
·          In situ heating experiments with a heating stage (up to 900 degrees)
·          A cryo-TEM with a cryo-holder (down to -170 degrees)
·          A Gatan TV rate CCD camera for imaging (down to 0.5 nm resolution) and diffraction (large tilting with a Gatan double tilt holder)
·          A Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) for energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
·          Operation at low kV (75 and 100 kV) for soft- and bio-materials and 200 kV for inorganic materials
·          Convergent Beam Electron Diffraction (CBED), nanodiffraction capabilities
·          Hollow-Cone Illumination
 
More to come...

-MAI


Dr. Noraida Martinez-Rivera

Senior Optical Microscopist 

Questions?

Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar
Director/Professor
erm@ku.edu