Microscopes in MiM Core
The Emory Microscopy in Medicine Lab has a variety of microscopes for the use of faculty. This service is free of charge to all internal faculty members. Please review the documents and information below for more details.
Zeiss LSM 510 META
The Zeiss LSM 510 META in WMB Room 303 is used primarily for obtaining information on the spatial localization of fluorescently-labeled proteins within fixed single cells and tissues.
- Zeiss LSM Z sections of RASMs
- Zeiss LSM Z sections of RAW cells
- Zeiss LSM Z sections of blood vessels
Zeiss LSM Instructions
Leica TCS SP5 II
The Leica TCS SP5 II in WMB Room 1011 is equipped with a tandem scanner (conventional and resonance), HyD detectors, and Ludin environmental chamber for live cell imaging. Additional features include phase contrast and DIC optics, Adaptive Focus Control, Mark and Find and Tiling.
Tracking of Ang II receptors
Tracking of mitochondria
Live cell time series
Zeiss Axioskop 2 Plus
The Zeiss Axioskop 2 microscope equipped with an AxioCam HRc camera in WMB Room 303 is used primarily to examine hematoxylin and eosin (H+E) stained 5-7 µm-thick tissue sections, immunohistochemistry of frozen tissue sections and immunocytochemistry of fixed specimens. Additional features include polarizing optics and a rotating stage.
Zeiss Axioskop instructions
- Zeiss Axioskop instructions using brightfield optics
- Zeiss Axioskop instructions using fluorescence optics
Zeiss Axioskop equipped with RT SPOT camera
The Zeiss Axioskop microscope equipped with a SPOT RT Slider camera is used for brightfield and widefield fluorescence microscopy.
Olympus IX71 Fluorescence Microscope
The Olympus IX71 microscope equipped with an Olympus DP71 camera is used for phase contrast and fluorescence imaging of cells in cultured dishes.