FRET & multi purpose shared system – Grenoble, France

System description & applications

The system is a shared microscope used for different purposes: quantitative FRET imaging at the cell scale, fluorescence imaging over large scales, or fast imaging of micro-organisms.

Different methods are used depending on the project. The Inscoper software role for this system is to make the microscope simply usable at its best for different purposes: alternating excitation schemes, fast imaging with hardware cropping, tiling over mm.

Depending on the project different other options are used: time-lapse, channel control, z-stack, multi-position.

microscope device list

  • Microscope Zeiss Axiovert 200M
  • Light source CoolLED pE4000
  • 2x Camera Hamamatsu Orca Flash 4 v3
  • Stage Marzhauser with Tango controller

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