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Stockholm University - SU, IVMSU

Intravital Microscopy Stockholm University

 

The Intravital Imaging Facility at Stockholms University (IVMSU) is an open access facility, which is equipped for a broad range of IVM-applications that require both multi- and single-photon microscopy. At IVMSU it is possible to perform intravital imaging of cellular and subcellular processes at high spatial resolution over long periods of time and at repeated imaging sessions.

 

Contact information

E-mail: IVMSU@su.se

Techniques available at IVMSU

 

* Intravital fluorescence microscopy, multiphoton excitation

* In vivo Calcium imaging

* Second Harmonic Generation

* Third Harmonic Generation

* Time-correlated single photon measurements (FLIM, FLIM/FRET)

* Autofluorescence

* Photomanipulation

Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching

Photoactivation

Photostimulation

Uncaging

Photoablation

* CLARITY imaging

* Confocal imaging, single-photon excitation