The goal of the Basic Biomedical Sciences Imaging Core is to provide researchers with access to microscopy instrumentation. With a range of digital imaging microscopy systems, the Imaging Core offers various optical microscopes for slide and cellular biological imaging.
The microscopes in the Imaging Core may be used independently by researchers. For imaging inquiries, contact Scott.Pattison@usd.edu. To obtain keys to the microscopy rooms, contact Andrea.Jahn@usd.edu.
Access to the microscopes are on a first-come, first-served basis and must be reserved through the Booked electronic scheduling platform.
All USD and USD-affiliated researchers may use the facility at no charge. External rates may apply for outside entities. Data and image storage is the responsibility of the researcher.
Olympus Fluoview FV1000 confocal laser-scanning biological microscope on an automated upright BX61 microscope base.
Available Plan Apochromat Objectives
Leica M165FC with a DFC 310FX camera.
Axiovert 200M Inverted Microscope
|Plan-Neofluar 5X||0.16||Air||Fluorescence, DiC, Brightfield, Phase|
|Plan-Apochromat 10X||0.45||Air||Fluorescence, DiC, Brightfield|
|Plan-Apochromat 20X||0.8||Air||Fluorescence, DiC, Brightfield|
|LD Plan-Neofluar 20X Corr Ph2||0.4||Air||Fluorescence, DiC, Brightfield, Phase, Correction collar for examing cells in culture plates and specimens under a cover glass|
|LD Plan-Neofluar 40X Corr Ph2||0.6||Air||Fluorescence, DiC, Brightfield, Phase, Correction collar for examining cells in culture plates and specimens under a cover glass|
Axio Imager Upright Microscope