CCRTD houses several major instruments to support structural studies of biological molecules, cells, modern cell, and molecular visualization applications. We have an Inverted Digitized Microscope (Zeiss) of general use, plus an advanced Fluorescence-enabled Inverted Digitized Microscope with Z-stacking and Live Cell Imaging modules (Zeiss). For advanced applications including In Situ Hybridization (ISH) and Immunohistochemistry (IHC), in addition to Zeiss microscope above we offer Confocal Fluorescent Microscope (Nikon). The latter is currently undergoing a major upgrade of computer system, software, and optics including addition of lasers.
Here is the list of instruments supporting structural biology applications in CCRTD:
Inverted digitized microscope (Zeiss)
Fluorescence-enabled inverted digitized microscope with Z-stacking and live cell imaging modules (Zeiss)
Fluorescence-enabled upright digitized microscope with Apotome (Zeiss)
Confocal Fluorescent Microscope (Nikon)