The Microscopy SRF aims to provide research groups with imaging technologies to investigate cellular processes both in vitro and in vivo.
The Microscopy SRF was established in 2014 and houses a range of microscopic and nanoscopic imaging systems.
Techniques currently available include:
- Airyscan Super-Resolution Microscopy
- Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy
- Spinning Disk Confocal Microscopy
- Multi-photon Excitation Microscopy
- Widefield Microscopy including fluorescence, DIC and Phase-contrast
- Plate Scanning Image Cytometer
- Image Analysis Expertise
The Microscopy SRF aims to provide research groups with cutting edge imaging technologies to allow the investigation of cellular processes both in vitro and in vivo.
The Microscopy SRF is open for use to all whether they be internal or external to the University of Oxford (charges apply) with full training available for all our systems.
Current bookable systems are:
- Zeiss LSM 880 NLO
- Zeiss LSM 780 Airyscan
- Zeiss LSM 710
- Leica SP8
- Andor Dragonfly
- Nikon Ni-E
- Nikon Ti-E
- Nikon TE2000-E
- Nikon 90i
- Nikon TE2000-U
- Leica DM IRB E
- Nexcelom Celigo
- Imaris Workstation
- Free Workstation
If you would like to know more please contact Dr Rhodri S. Wilson, Microscopy SRF Lead