- 4 detection channels
- Excitation lasers: 405, 415, 488, 515, 555, 639nm
- Spectral unmixing in laser scanning mode
- Both fast multiplexing and super-resolution Airyscan modes.
- Full incubation enclosure and stage-top heat and humidified CO2
- 3 spectral channel (filter free) laser scanning confocal
- 2 Non-descanned detectors for 2-photon detection
- Excitation lasers: 405, 458, 488, 514, 561, 594, 633nm + Coherent Chameleon Ultra II femtosecond pulsed-IR laser, tunable from 690-1064nm
- Andor iQ acquisition software and MetaMorph acquisition software
- Andor iXion+ EMCCD cameras for SDC and TIRF
- Andor Zyla sCMOS camera also for SDC
- Nikon Ti microscope with Perfect Focus System
- Excitation lasers: 405, 488, 561, 640nm
- 6 laser lines: 405nm, 440nm, 491nm, 515nm, 561nm, 640nm
- Compatable with aqueous clearing solutions
- Optics for imaging samples with refractive index of 1.33 (water) or 1.45 (CLARITY and similar clearing solutions).
- MetaMorph acquisition software and Hammamatsu Orca-ER camera
- Qimaging Color Micropublisher 3.3 CCD camera with QCapture software
- MetaMorph acquisition software and Hammamatsu Orca-ER camera.
- Solid-state illumination-405, 445,488,515, 555, 594, 647nm excitation
- Perfect focus, time-lapse, z-stack, full heat and CO2 incubation.
As of May 20th,2022 the Keck Facility no longer houses the FEI Technai Spirit TEM MIcroscope. This is now in the Peterson (1957) Nanotechnology Materials Core Facility at MIT's Koch Center. Please contact this core for any EM fixation or imaging needs.