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Leica DMRXA deconvolution microscope

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  1. Deconvolution microscope


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  2. Resource Description
    "The Leica DMRXA upright microscope is a main component of our deconvolution system along with its digital interface and Slidebook software modules. This automated microscope has the following motorized components: objective nosepiece, UV condenser, diaphragm, reflected light illuminator, and stage (z-axis). This permits digital imaging acquisition to be accurate, fast, and to simultaneously capture multiple channels and planes. The microscope might be used for brightfield applications including Nomarski optics as well as numerous fluorescent combinations. Fluorescence is excited using either a xenon or mercury lamp source. Its filters may excite and emit the following common fluorophores and their spectrally close neighbors: DAPI, Hoechst, AMCA, FITC, EGFP, Rhodamine, TRITC, Cy3, PE, Texas Red, and Cy5. These filters are mounted on a high-speed filter wheel that aids in quantitative experiments such as fret. Furthermore, the system is complemented by a heated stage to perform timelapse, live cell imaging experiments. (Meyer Instruments, Houston, TX)"
  3. Contact
    Marrero, Luis, Ph.D.
  4. Manufacturer
    Leica Microsystems GmbH
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    Fast live imaging
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    Digital imaging
  9. Related Technique
    Fluorescent microscopy
  10. Location
    Morphology and Imaging Core (LCRC)
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