Wide-field microscopy

BioPIC microscope champ large - © OOB

BioPIC is composed with 5 wide-field microscopes (Olympus, Zeiss) to do brightfield or fluorescence observation. Each of these microscopes included CMOS color camera.

Application examples:

OOB BioPIC Microscopie champ large exemple© Laurent Intertaglia (LBBM/Bio2Mar) / OOB OOB BioPIC Microscopie champ large exemple© Laurent Intertaglia (LBBM/Bio2Mar) / OOB

Confocal microscopy

BioPIC microscopie confocale - © OOB

The principle of confocal microscopy is about observation of thick samples virtual section or entire cells. These virtual sections can be compile to obtain 3D image.

The platform is equipped with a spectral confocal microscope which allows for example, to study and precisely characterize marine model auto-fluorescence.

Microscope: LEICA SP8-X inverted, with supercontinuum laser and 405nm diode (until 8 rays simultaneously) fitted with 6 detectors: 2 Hybrids, 3 PMT & 1 PMT Trans.

Application examples:

BioPIC Lamproie - © Ronan Lagadec (BIOM) / OOBLamprey © Ronan Lagadec (BIOM) / OOB Salpe - © David Pecqueur (BioPIC) / OOBSalp © David Pecqueur (BioPIC) / OOB
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de Banyuls-sur-Mer
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66650 Banyuls-sur-Mer
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