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Latest revision as of 21:58, 20 February 2020

Fluorescence Microscope
Olympus-IX81-Fluorescence-Microscope.jpg
Instrument Type Optical Characterization
Techniques Fluorescence Microscopy
Staff Manager Guy A. DeRose, PhD
Staff Email derose@caltech.edu
Staff Phone 626-395-3423
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Lab Location B233 Steele
Lab Phone 626-395-5429
Manufacturer Olympus
Model IX81

Description

The KNI offers this Olympus IX81 fluorescence microscope to users who need to image biological or other fluorochrome-stained samples. This microscope offers high signal-to-noise ratio, compensation for chromatic aberration over a wide wavelength range, and flat, high transmittance. It is capable of efficiently detecting faint fluorescence signals without damaging cells and is optimized for multi-color observation.

Applications
  • Fluorescence Microscopy

Resources

Specifications