Leica upright LMD 7
Laser-microdissection (LMD) is a method to isolate cells, single cells, even sub-cellular moieties, under direct microscopic visualization. Thus, LCM can enrich and purify specific targets of interest for downstream applications such as DNA genotyping, RNA-SEQ, cDNA library generation, proteomics, or for cell cloning.
- Upright microscope
- Cutting-Laser 349 nm , Pulse frequency 10-5000 Hz, Pulse length < 4 ns and Max. pulse energy 120 µJ
- Camera Leica DFC7000 T
- Fully motorized
- HXP lamp illuminations
|Lens||Objective HCX “PL FLUOTAR” 1.25x/0.04|
|Objective UVI “MICRODISSECTION” 5x/0.12 WD 11.7mm|
|Objective UVI “MICRODISSECTION” 10x/0.25 WD 11.7mm|
|Objective HCX “PL FLUOTAR” 20x/0.4 PH1 WD 6.0 mm|
|Objective HCX “PL FLUOTAR” 40x/0.6 PH1|
|Objective HCX “PL FLUOTAR” 63x/0.7 PH1|
|Objective HCX “PL FLUOTAR MD” 150x/0.9 Dry contact|
|Filter set LMD-BGR + illumination filter wheel|
|Filter set GFP|
|Filter set DsRed|
|Filter set Y 5|
Building E, room 006 (Dark room)
First time users must order a tutoring session.
Video tutorial (available only through a direct faculty Ethernet line).