The TiE Imaging System is a high resolution system designed for fluorescence imaging of small molecules in living cells. It is a filter-based, wide-field fluorescence system designed for measurement of intracellular signaling molecules including calcium ion, hydrogen ion (pH), nitric oxide, and other small molecules using appropriate fluorophores. Nikon’s NIS Elements imaging software is used to control acquisition and analysis of captured images. The software features include capabilities for single wavelength, multiple wavelength, and ratiometric mode fluorescence imaging. It is a shared instrument between the Imaging Center and Dr. Roger O’Neil’s laboratory. For more details contact: Roger G. O’Neil, Ph D 713-500-6316, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This equipment is located in MSB 4.532.