The mission of the URSMD Multiphoton Core Facility is to provide state-of-the-art multiphoton imaging capabilities to further the biomedical and bio-optical research at the URSMD and the University of Rochester with emphasis on intravital imaging and systems physiology.
The Multiphoton Core Facility provides access to an Olympus Fluoview 1000 AOM-MPM imaging system and a Spectra-Physics MaiTai HP DeepSee Ti:Sa laser system with dispersion compensation. Further capabilities include engineering applications for opto-electronics and spectroscopy.
Initial meeting with the director regarding the design of the experiments begins the process. Imaging will be initially performed by highly skilled staff to make sure all features of software are added for the study, thereafter, the investigator is trained until they are able to operate the microscope independently.
Also offered is a blood gas analysis machine and supporting equipment.
4-channel multiphoton microscope with Deep See Mai -Tai Infrared Laser. Initial consultation with the Director to optimize experimental design. Subsequent sessions, experienced staff initially image samples to optimize microscope software configuration for the study, thereafter users are trained to use the microscope until independently operating the microscope. Capable of imaging up to 500 um deep.
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