News

MicroPoint and Mosaic3 are added to the Andor Dragonfly

Monday, December 23, 2019
With the support from the Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, new functionalities, MicroPoint and Mosaic3, have been added to the Andor Dragonfly spinning disk confocal microscope (in C-367 of LSRC). MicroPoint is configured for laser ablation; Mosaic3 is more suitable for... Read More »

RP2 microscopes and workstation are moved to MSRB3 - updated.

Thursday, June 20, 2019
The VivaView FL incubator microscope is now in 4221 of the MSRB3; The Zeiss 880 Airyscan Fast inverted confocal microscope is also moved to 4221; The Zeiss 780up confocal and the Zeiss Laser Capture Microdissection microscope are now in 4223 of the MSRB3. The Leica SP8 2-photon DIVE... Read More »
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*NEW Image Analysis Service started

Friday, November 16, 2018
We are working with Dr. Vladimir Popov to bring Duke researchers assistance with image analysis with programming code expertise. This type of image analysis is for projects beyond the ImageJ/Fiji or Imaris software needs, but will be custom code written for your needs. Vlad has expertise in image... Read More »

NEW - Dragonfly spinning disk plus TIRF, SRRF, dSTORM

Friday, October 5, 2018
The LMCF has added an additional spinning disk confocal system called the Andor Dragonfly, located in LSRC C367. Additional technologies are included - total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF), super-resolution radial fluctuation (SRRF) (https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms12471), and point... Read More »

Leica STED available in NanDuke 337

Friday, February 9, 2018
The LMCF has a new Leica 3x STED and confocal microscope system available for use now. The system is housed in 337 Nanaline Duke building. Please request training and reservations can be made in the CR@D system once you have been trained. Specific fluorophores work better than others, please... Read More »