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Confocal Microscopy

LSM7DUO (LSM710) Inverted

The Zeiss LSM7DUO (LSM710) Inverted confocal laser scanning microscope comprises an inverted Zeiss Axio Observer.Z1, seven laser lines, 34-channel QUASAR PMT detectors, and a motorised stage. The microscope supports time-lapse live cell confocal imaging with temperature and atmosphere control, Z-stack 3D imaging and tiled imaging of large specimens

LSM7DUO (LSM710) Inverted Confocal Microscope

Looping by Alex Ward

Microscopic image captured using confocal microscopy

LSM7DUO (LSM710) Inverted System Specifications


34-channel QUASAR spectral detection with highly sensitive low dark noise PMTs. Spectral detection range freely selectable (resolution down to 3 nm). Transmitted light PMT.


LSM7 Duo Confocal Microscope Objectives


LSM7DUO Lasers Confocal Microscopy



Images were acquired on a Zeiss Observer.Z1 fitted with an LSM 710 confocal scan head, using a […]X objective, numerical aperture: […], with a z-step of […] nm (xy pixel size: […] nm).

Micro Imaging Facility Support

Support from the Micro Imaging Facility team is available for the Innovation Centre's LSM7DUO (LSM710) Inverted Confocal Microscope, including:


Dr Scott Page, BSc, PhD
Head, Micro Imaging Facility

Acknowledgement of Country

The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, the Gadigal of the Eora nation, on which we meet, work, and discover.
Our Western Australian laboratories pay their respect to the Whadjuk Noongar who remain as the ongoing spiritual and cultural custodians of their land.