The laser capture microscope uses a UV laser to first microdissect tissue sections and then catapult the dissected piece of tissue into an Eppendorf tube.
The Biological Optical Microscopy Platform (BOMP) is part of the Melbourne Advanced Microscopy Facility which offers services in Electron and Optical Microscopy.
The Platform specialises in meeting the needs of biomedical researchers, with instruments located in (or linked to) PC2 and pathogen handling facilities.
The Platform provides training and research support to high-end fluorescence microscopes including:
- Confocal Microscopes (Live cell, spinning disk, inverted and upright)
- High-Content Imaging
- Lightsheet Microscopy
- Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy
- Super-Resolution Microscopy
- Multi-Photon Microscopy
- Image analysis & post acquisition processing
For more information
Phone: 9035 3021