Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral Imaging

Instrument Name: The CytoViva� Hyperspectral Imaging System

Available magnifications: 10X and 40X air objectives, 60X and 100X oil immersion objectives

Spectral range: 400-1000 nm

Light sources:
Halogen light source (400-750 nm)
Exfo X-Cite 120 fluorescent light source with excitations for DAPI, FITC and TEXAS RED dyes

hyperspectral-imaging

Instrument Description:

Hyperspectral Imaging System (HSI) provides spectral analysis of materials and biologicals imaged with the nano-scale optical microscope operating in the visible near infrared spectral range (VNIR). It supports research in areas such as nano-drug delivery and nano-toxicology. This spectral analysis method supports both non-fluorescent and fluorescently labeled components in live cells and nano-materials.

This nanoscale microscope combined with dark field condenser, motorized stage and HSI system provides analytical confirmation of nano-scale materials and their interactions with biologicals or other composite materials.The spectrophotometer attached with this system contains original, aberration-corrected convex holographic diffraction gratings which provides superior signal-to-noise ratio. HSI analysis software (ENVI) enables the researcher to easily locate regions within the sample that match qualified spectra that has been preloaded in a library. It also provides the ability to un-mix spectra to isolate specific sample components or sample anomalies for further evaluation.

High-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM)

High-resolution transm...

JEOL 3010 with a UHR polepiece operates at an accelerating voltage 300 kV. Depending upon the sample compatibility, it can work at three different accelerating voltages i.e., 300, 200 and 100 kV.

Read more
Confocal Raman Microscope (CRM-Alpha300 S)

Confocal Raman Microsc...

The confocal Raman Microscope, CRM a300 S(WITec GmbH) is the best of its class instrument that combines in a unique way the operations of confocal microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, AFM, and SNOM.

Read more
Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope

Field Emission Scannin...

The Verios G4 UC features through-the-lens (TLD) SE and BSE detection specifically designed for high-resolution imaging at both high and low kVs, as well as an Everhart-Thornley SE detector for conventional SE detection. The in-lens SE detector features a technique where the energy range of the detected secondary electrons can be selected. The sample stage can be rotated 360 o and tiled to – 60 o making the system very versatile. Scan rate for the system ranges from 50 ms all the way upto 50 s.

Read more
Inverted Fluorescence Microscope

Inverted Fluorescence ...

Leica DMI3000 B is an inverted microscope and can be used for fluorescence imaging of materials and biological samples.

Read more
Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral Imaging System (HSI) provides spectral analysis of materials and biologicals imaged with the nano-scale optical microscope operating in the visible near…

Read more
Phase Contrast Microscope

Phase Contrast Microscope

Leica DM IL LED is an inverted microscope equipped with phase shift rings and gray filters for phase contrast microscopy. Although phase changes in the light transmitted through samples are invisible, they can be made visible when they are converted in to brightness variations and provide improved contrast in the image

Read more

Deprecated: File Theme without footer.php is deprecated since version 3.0.0 with no alternative available. Please include a footer.php template in your theme. in /opt/bitnami/wordpress/wp-includes/functions.php on line 6031