Instrumentation

MicroscopeType (general)Type (specific)StandSpecial featuresContact personLocation
Zeiss Observer.Z1WidefieldInvertedLive cell imaging, dual camGabor HorvathBMZ
Olympus IX81WidefieldInvertedHannes BeckertNER
Zeiss AxioScan.Z1WidefieldSlide scannerBoxed (upright)Fully automated, Robotics for 100 slidesHannes BeckertNER
Zeiss CellDiscoverer 7WidefieldHigh-content screeningBoxed (inverted)Fully automated,
Robotics for 24 plates
Gabor HorvathBMZ
Leica SP5ConfocalPoint scannerInvertedLive cell imaging, FLIM, FCSGabor HorvathBMZ
Leica SP8ConfocalPoint scannerUprightCleared tissue imaging, FLIM, Long working distance objectivesHannes BeckertL&B
Visitron VisiScopeConfocalSpinning DiskInvertedLarge tissue imaging, live cell imagingHannes BeckertNER
Abberior STEDYCONConfocal / Super-resolutionPoint scanner / STEDInvertedHannes BeckertNER
Leica SP8 LightningConfocal / Super-resolutionPoint scannerInvertedLive cell imaging, DeconvolutionGabor HorvathBMZ

Location: BMZ (Geb. 13)

The instruments at this site are specifically suited for imaging living cells. If you want to use one of the microscopes from that location, please contact Dr. Gabor Horvath.

Wide-field microscopes

Confocal microscopes

Zeiss
Observer.Z1

Zeiss
CellDiscoverer7

Leica
SP5 SMD

Leica
SP8 Lightning


Location: Life&Brain/Neurozentrum (Geb. 76/82)

The instruments at this site are oriented towards measuring tissue sections and large organs. If you want to use one of the microscopes from that location, please contact Dr. Hannes Beckert.

Wide-field microscopes

Confocal microscopes

Olympus
IX81

Zeiss
AxioScan.Z1

Leica
SP8

Visitron
VisiScope

Abberior
STEDYCON

We also have a Zeiss Crossbeam 550 – an scanning electron microscope (SEM) with a focused ion beam (FIB). If you are interested in investigating the ultra structure of samples, please also get in contact with Dr. Hannes Beckert.