Live Cell Imaging

Imaging cells in real time can provide critical insights into the nature of biological cell and tissue function. At the centre we have a number of options for microscopes fitted with environmental chambers. These chambers can tightly control the temperature and humidity and CO2 levels so that living cells can be maintained in a healthy state during long term imaging experiments. The chambers are fixed and cover the whole microscope station. The system is also fitted with a zero drift compensation (zdc) system to prevent focal drift during long term imaging. Volocity software is available for 2D and 3D analysis of image data.


Andor live cell imaging system

FV1000 + FLIM/FCS addon

can be adated to use for live cell experiments using a stage top incubator system (PECON).