Rutgers ORA

Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED)

Confocal

Department : Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Biovision Spinning Disc Microscope includes: Upright Zeiss AxioImager Zi, and; Inverted Axiovert 200M SP. A Confocal Spinning disc Microscope is now available for use in the Microscopy Core. It is the latest technology for optimal live cell imaging and offers high speed and quality image capture under low light conditions. Please contact the director for information about this exciting new addition, and to schedule your training session.

Department : Department of Biomedical Engineering

Equipment includes:

Leica TCS SP2 Confocal Microscopy Workstation

Digital Instruments Bioscope Atomic Force Microscope

Nikon Eclipse TE2000-S

 

 

Department : Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI)/ Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

The Flow Cytometry/Cell Sorting & Confocal Microscopy Core Facility has been analyzing samples for academic and industrial researchers at reasonable costs since 1985. The goal of the Facility is to give investigators access to state-of-the-art instrumentation, technical expertise and experimental protocols for analysis of cells, particles, and tissues by flow cytometry / cell sorting and confocal microscopy.

For additional information see: http://www.flowcyt.rutgers.edu/index.html

Department : Department of Biomedical Engineering, Facility of Confocal Imaging
  • Argon-Krypton Laser for Light Emission at 488nm (blue), 568nm (green), and 647nm (red)
  • Fluorescence Emission Filters: Long Pass (LP) 515, 520, and 590nm; Band Pass (BP) 575-640, 590-610, and 670-810nm
  • Photomultiplier Tube (PMT) detectors for imaging three channels (any combination of two fluorescent modes, and a reflected or transmitted mode)
  • Objectives for 10x, 20x, 40x, 63x (dry and glycerin immersion) and 100x (oil immersion)
  • Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) optics
Department : School of Environmental and Biological Science

Laser lines
The LSM 710 is capable of 34 spectral detection channels using six laser lines - 405, 458, 488, 514, 561 & 633 nm, plus an additional 594 nm HeNe laser (includes replacement main beam splitter wheel equipped for 458, 488, 514, 561, 594 & 633 nm laser lines). The 561 and 594 lasers are needed to visualize mCherry, Texas Red, and other red fluorophores including Alexa 568, Alexa 594.