A range of modern microscopes is available for routine research use. Each is fitted with a high quality digital camera for image acquisition.


Image Viewing, Processing and Analysis of Fluorescence Images

Images acquired using the Fluorescence and Brightfield microscopes within Flinders Microscopy will usually be in .tif fomat (TIFF files). This is the recommended format for microscopy images. TIFF files can be opened via picture viewing software on your own computer.

ImageJ and Cell Profiler are two freely downloadable software that can be used to carry out a wide range of image processing and analysis functions.

Adobe Photoshop can be used to ‘false colour' images, merge images and adjust brightness and contrast with a high degree of precision.

Various types of image sampling methods and statistical analyses are available on request. Please visit Flinders Microscopy Biomedical Section for more information.