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LUYOR-3420 Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

The LUYOR-3420  Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter adapts just about any stereo microscope (dissecting microscope) for fluorescence with no modification to the microscope itself. The modular design lets you easily switch between several different excitation/emission combinations to work with a variety of fluorescent proteins and other fluorophores. There are now six different excitation/emission combinations available, plus white light.


LUYOR-3420 Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

INTRODUCTION

LUYOR-3420 Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

Adapt your existing lab stereo microscopes for fluorescence

The LUYOR-3420  Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter adapts just about any stereo microscope (dissecting microscope) for fluorescence with no modification to the microscope itself. The modular design lets you easily switch between several different excitation/emission combinations to work with a variety of fluorescent proteins and other fluorophores. There are now six different excitation/emission combinations available, plus white light.

LUYOR-3420 Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

Applications

This simple system is excellent for

  • Quick screening of your fluorescent genotypes -Drosophila, zebrafish, C. elegans,...

  • Genotype sorting

  • Fluorescence-aided dissection, injection, or micromanipulation

  • Pre-screening sample preps for confocal or other high-resolution imaging

  • Freeing up your research-grade fluorescence microscopes for more demanding work

  • New faculty start-up budgets

  • Bringing fluorescence into the teaching laboratory

  • Coating and failure analysis, circuit board work, defect location, food safety, paper analysis, and more

LUYOR-3420 Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter

Fluorescence isn't just for research microscopes anymore...

  • Now sort on your laboratory-level stereos

  • Use to facilitate micromanipulation and dissection

  • Expand from your research lab to your classroom

Modular...

  • Installs in seconds - just clicks into place

  • Interchangeable excitation/emission combinations

  • Move from microscope to microscope

  • No modification to your microscope needed

Economical - More Glow for the Dough...

  • Stretch your lab budget

  • Inexpensive enough for classroom use

Grows as your lab grows...

  • Buy just what you need now (up to 6 different wavelength sets)

  • Add more as your needs expand

LUYOR-3420 on Microscope

The Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter system consists of

  • Flexible gooseneck lamp base with power supply

  • Light head

  • Ring adapter for microscope 

  • Barrier filter

  • Filter shield

The light head, barrier filter, and filter shield are interchangeable so that you can easily switch between excitation/emission light+filter combinations.

The microscope mounting adapter fits up to 67mm to work with the majority of stereo microscopes. An oversize adapter.

Barrier Filter for GFP and eGFP


Barrier Filter for yfp

Wavelength Sets

For more in-depth information on excitations, see this Technical Data Sheet

DesignationExcitationEmissionFluorophores
U – Ultra Violet360-380nm415nm LPDAPI, ...
V – Violet400-415nm450nm LPCFP, ...
R – Royal Blue440-460nm495nm LPGFP, eGFP, fluorescein...
R-GO – Green Only440-460nm500-560nm BPGFP, eGFP, fluorescein...
C – Cyan490-515nm550nm LPYFP, Venus, Lucifer Yellow...
G – Green510-540nm590nm LPDsRed, dTomato...

Barrier Filter for GFP and eGFP

Barrier Filter for yfp

Barrier Filter for rfp

Green-Only Barrier Filter

The Green-Only (GO) Barrier Filter isolates the green part of the spectrum and is for use with the Royal Blue excitation source. While our other barrier filters are longpass filters this filter is a bandpass, transmitting from approximately 500 to 560nm. The longpass filter has served well for most users who need to visualize green-fluorescent protein (GFP), and if you are exploring fluorescence in nature it is preferable. The primary motivation for adding the green-only filter to the line-up was for the benefit of researchers using GFP in plants such as Arabidopsis thaliana, a common research model. Plants contain chlorophyll, which has a distinctive red fluorescence that can sometimes mask the GFP emission, making it harder to see and photograph.



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