Light microscopy

The light microscopy (LM) unit at the Wolfson Bioimaging Facility houses an extensive range of advanced microscope systems for imaging cells, tissues, organisms and materials.

Recent acquisitions to our excellent facilities include Leica SP8 and SPE confocal laser scanning microscopes, three widefield microscope systems based on DMI6000 and DMi8 microscopes, an IncuCyte live cell imaging system and a Perkin Elmer Opera LX high content screening system.

We also now offer support with additional advanced fluorescence techniques following acquisition of multiphotonsuper-resolution (STED and HyVolution), fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) systems.

Most of our microscope systems are suitable for imaging fixed and live specimens, with temperature control, CO2 enrichment and multi-site imaging available.

Our support team can provide assistance and advice on sample preparation, image acquisition and analysis.

More information and access

For further information or to arrange access to this equipment, contact one of the team.

We welcome comments or suggestions. Please contact one of the team or one of the steering group

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