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Carl Zeiss LSM 710 confocal laser scanning microscope AFM CLSM

The Carl Zeiss LSM 710 confocal laser scanning microscope AFM CLSM incorporates improved femtosecond multiphoton technology for precise examination of complex biological systems. The LSM 710 has a high signal-to-noise ratio enabling brilliant imaging even in deep-lying tissue layers.

It also allows recording of up to five fluorescence signals in the non-descanned mode. It is a perfect choice for neurobiologists, developmental biologists, immunologists and plant biologists.

Users can capture high-resolution images of fluorescent structures in living animals and thick tissue specimens.

Other features include high wavelength range of up to 1100 nm for optimized transmission, support for combining the multiphoton laser with any other laser line and emission near the UV range.

Fabrication step: Characterisation
Function: Surface - thin films
Location: University of Queensland
Purpose: Confocal laser scanning microscope for the precise examination of complex biological systems. AFM CLSM
Material systems: Organic, inorganic and biological (autofluorescent or stained samples)
Node: Queensland
Scale/volume: Scan field: 20 mm diagonal maximum
Specifications/resolution: Built on an inverted microscope, X-Y motorized stage, scan resolution from 4x1 to 6144x6144 pixels, spectral detection of 400, 750nm, Z range of up to 300 micrometers, a temperature stage of up to 60 degrees, incubator of 6, 12 and 96 wells and has time series measurements