University of Minnesota
The University Imaging Centers (UIC) serve internal and external research clients in the design of imaging experiments, choice of and training on suitable imaging systems, and subsequent image processing, visualization and analysis.
AddressUniversity of Minnesota
1-151 Jackson Hall, 321 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
A1Rsi with N-SIM on a Ti-E Inverted Microscope
Point scanning confocal with resonant scanner and spectral detector combined with a structured illumination super-resolution microscope. Using high frequency Structured Illumination, the Nikon N-SIM can achieve image resolution of 85nm, which was previously considered impossible with optical microscopes.
A1R Confocal with Ti-E Inverted Microscope
Capturing high-quality confocal images at ultrahigh-speed and enhanced sensitivity with a resonant scanner and galvano scanner, Nikon's A1R is a powerful tool for the imaging and visualization of intracellular dynamics and interaction.
A1R Multiphoton with FN1
The A1 confocal laser microscope system is Nikon's powerful fully-automated confocal imaging system, capable of capturing high-quality confocal images of cells and molecular events at high speed and enhanced sensitivity.
C2 Confocal with AZ100
The AZ-C2+ allows for imaging of whole-mount specimens, such as embryos, in a single shot. It offers a combination of low and high magnification objective lenses, optical zoom and a confocal scanning zoom function, enabling continuous imaging from macro to micro.
C1si Confocal with TE2000 Inverted Microscope
Nikon's C1si Point Scanning Confocal Microscope System is equipped with two detectors to manage a wide range of applications– one for traditional fluorescence one and another for spectral imaging.