The section of Molecular Cytology houses a variety of advanced light microscope setups that can be used by people from other institutes or industry. The microscopy equipment has been organised into the van Leeuwenhoek Centre for Advanced Microscopy (LCAM). More info about LCAM-FNWI can be found herelogo_LCAM

In addition the section is equipped with many facilities to grow, manipulate and measure cells (from bacteria to animal cells) and equipment for molecular biological and  biochemical work.

The equipment in the Molecular Cytology laboratory, listed below, is described in detail at the LCAM-FNWI website.

Microscope Applications
Andor/Mosaic spinning disk microscope High speed confocal imaging, FRAP and TIRF
FD-FLIM microscope FLIM, High speed confocal imaging and TIRF
Nikon A1 confocal microscope High speed confocal imaging, FRAP, CLEM and spectral unmixing
Zeiss LSM 510 confocal microscope Confocal imaging, FRAP, MPE & UV-excitation
Olympus/Picoquant FLCCS microscope Confocal FLIM, FCS and FLCCS
Zeiss Cell observer Widefield (time-lapse) imaging
Nikon SIM/Rescan microscope Super-resolution microscopy
Nikon STROM microscope Super-resolution microscopy
Leica stereomicroscope Low magnification fluorescence imaging
Lambert/Nikon FLIM screener FLIM and widefield imaging

Other equipment:

Equipment Application
Perkin Elmer LS 55 fluorimeter Fluorescence spectra and anisotropy
Biochrom Libra S70 spectrophotometer Absorbance spectra
Biotek FL600 platereader Fluorescence readout for multiwell plates