Abstract

We developed VIEW-MOD (Versatile Illumination Engine with a Modular Optical Design): a compact, multi-modality microscope, which accommodates multiple illumination schemes including variable angle total internal reflection, point scanning and vertical/horizontal light sheet. This system allows combining and flexibly switching between different illuminations and imaging modes by employing three electrically tunable lenses and two fast-steering mirrors. This versatile optics design provides control of 6 degrees of freedom of the illumination source (3 translation, 2 tilt, and beam shape) plus the axial position of the imaging plane. We also developed standalone software with an easy-to-use GUI to calibrate and control the microscope. We demonstrate the applications of this system and software in biosensor imaging, optogenetics and fast 3D volume imaging. This system is ready to fit into complex imaging circumstances requiring precise control of illumination and detection paths, and has a broad scope of usability for a myriad of biological applications.

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I. Khaw, B. Croop, J. Tang, A. Möhl, U. Fuchs, and K. Y. Han, “Flat-field illumination for quantitative fluorescence imaging,” Opt. Express 26(12), 15276–15288 (2018).
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[Crossref] [PubMed]

K. Beicker, E. T. O’Brien, M. R. Falvo, and R. Superfine, “Vertical Light Sheet Enhanced Side-View Imaging for AFM Cell Mechanics Studies,” Sci. Rep. 8(1), 1504 (2018).
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Supplementary Material (5)

NameDescription
» Visualization 1       Dual-color vaTIRF imaging of a MEF cell expression EGFP-Vinculin and mCherry-Lifeact
» Visualization 2       RhoA biosensor imaged using Epifluorescence. Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast (MEF) cell stably expressing a single-chain RhoA biosensor showing RhoA activity during cell motility.
» Visualization 3       RhoA biosensor imaged using vaTIRF. Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast (MEF) cell stably expressing a single-chain RhoA biosensor showing RhoA activity during cell motility.
» Visualization 4       Combined vaTIRF imaging of Paxillin and localized photoactivation of PA-Rac1. Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast (MEF) cell stably expressing photoactivatable Rac1 (PA-Rac1) transiently transfected with mCherry-Paxillin, an adhesion marker. mCherry-Paxillin
» Visualization 5       Volumetric, live-cell imaging of RAW 264.7 cell shows filopodia dynamics. Volumetric movie playing both forwards and then backwards of a live, RAW 264.7 cell expressing HaloTag-F-tractin labeled with JF 549. Various angles are shown with different pl

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1 Schematics of the system. Linearly polarized lasers are expanded, collimated and exit Module 1. The light propagates to Module 2 through either pathway 1 (blue dashed-line) for TIRF and point-scanning or pathway 2 (red dashed-line) for LSFM, depending on the orientation of its polarization axis. For TIRF, ETL1 is adjusted to 125 mm effective focal length to focus the beam onto SM1, resulting in a collimated light beam coming out the objective. For point-scanning ETL1 is set to ~0 volts, equivalent to f = ∞ (flat plate). For LSFM, we either put a 125 mm cylindrical lens to create a Gaussian light sheet or use a combination of a cylindrical lens and an annulus to create a Line Bessel Sheet (LBS) (red insert box). Steering Mirrors 1 and 2 (SM1 and SM2) are optically conjugated with the specimen plane and the Back Focal Plane (BFP) of the objective, respectively. ETL2 provides axial scanning of the illumination light. In the detection module (Module 5), the image is projected to the camera through a relay lens group (RL1 and RL2) with ETL3 placed in the center (mimicking Module 4) to achieve an adjustable image plane. Schematic was generated with GW Optics component library (http://www.gwoptics.org/ComponentLibrary/).
Fig. 2
Fig. 2 Profile of LBS. (a) Lateral profile of the LBS. A 100 nm fluorescent bead was stepped laterally in 100 nm increments by a piezo stage; intensity of the bead was measured in FIJI for each position. (b) Axial profile of LBS. 100 nm fluorescent beads were imaged as the LBS was stepped axially by ETL2 in 2 mA increments. Intensity of 7 beads was tracked across the scan in FIJI, error bars are standard deviations in intensity. Orange represents measured intensity from the fluorescent beads; blue represents a theoretical profile [49,50].
Fig. 3
Fig. 3 vaTIRF imaging of RhoA activity using a FRET biosensor. Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast (MEF) cell stably expressing a RhoA biosensor [54] imaged sequentially with epifluorescence illumination (a), fixed angle TIRF (b) and vaTIRF (c) to compare different imaging modes. FRET/Donor ratio images from epifluorescence and vaTIRF showed RhoA activity in cell protrusions (outward pointing arrow) and retractions (inward pointing arrow), while uneven illumination with fixed angle TIRF produced spurious activation maps (e.g. inward pointing arrow head).
Fig. 4
Fig. 4 Combined vaTIRF imaging of Paxillin and localized photoactivation of PA-Rac1. A Mouse Embryonic Fibroblast (MEF) cell stably expressing mVenus-photoactivatable Rac1 (PA-Rac1) [11] was transiently transfected with mCherry-Paxillin, an adhesion marker. Paxillin was imaged using vaTIRF for a total of 20 min and the cell was locally irradiated (dashed circle) with pulsed blue light for 1 second every 5 seconds (500 µW) between the 5 and 15 min mark (blue-filled circle on the top of each panel indicates photoactivation). Localized photoactivation at the cell edge led to protrusion with the formation of small adhesions, followed by cell retraction and dissipation of adhesions.
Fig. 5
Fig. 5 LSFM of orthogonal planes of heterochromatin and euchromatin. (a) Imaging setup for Horizontal Light Sheet. The light sheet emerges from the objective and is reflected by a right-angle prism. The image plane is matched (by module 5) to the plane of the reflected light sheet. (b) Imaging setup for Vertical Light Sheet. The light sheet emerges from the objective and creates a vertical slice through sample. The right-angle prism creates a virtual side-view image of the vertical slice. Horizontal (c) and vertical (d) light sheet images of the same COS-7 nucleus expressing HaloTag-H2B labeled with Janelia Fluor 549. Scale bar = 5 µm.
Fig. 6
Fig. 6 Vertical light sheet volume imaging showed filopodia formation and dynamics. Selected frame from a volumetric movie (Visualization 5) of a RAW 264.7 macrophage cell expressing HaloTag-F-tractin labeled with JF549. Each volume consists of 75 slices each taken in 10 ms (5 ms exposure, 5 ms transition time) for a 0.75 s total volume acquisition time with 100 ms delay between each volume. Total volume size is 12.5 µm x 26.7 µm x 25.9 µm, voxel size is 167 nm x 106 nm x 106 nm. We observed formation and movement of individual filopodium on second time scales.
Fig. 7
Fig. 7 Ray tracing is done with OpticalRayTracer (https://arachnoid.com/OpticalRayTracer/). (a) For TIRF, ETL1 is set to a value with 125 mm effective focal length. The laser is focused on the BFP of the objective, which is indicated by the arrows in the insert. Tilting of SM2 will cause beam displacement at the BFP of the objective d1, but due to conjugation, the beam will not shift on the sample plane. (b) For PA, ETL1 is set to 0. The beam is collimated before entering the objective and focused on the sample plane, which is indicated by the arrows in the insert. Due to conjugation, tilting of SM1 will not shift the beam at the BFP of the objective but change the incident angle, which will move the focused point on the sample plane d2.
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Fig. 8 (a) Maximum projection of 441 images taken with the camera mounted at the BFP of the objective for SM2 calibration. The insert indicated the overlay of all found beams. (b, c) Fitted surface to map beam positions (x, y)BFP at the BFP of the objective to voltage pairs (vx, vy)BFP. (d) Maximum projection of 441 images taken with the sCMOS cameras used for SM1 calibration. (e, f) Fitted surface to map beam positions (x, y)sample at the sample plane to voltage pairs (vx, vy)sample. (g) Illustration of linking scanning radius, r, with penetration depth. Θ1 is the incident angle. (h) The relationship between scanning radius and incident angle (or penetration depth) is wavelength dependent. To establish the correspondence, the laser beam (for instance 491 nm and 594 nm lasers here) was scanned with a pre-defined radius, r. The beam position on the ruler, L, was recorded and converted to the incident angle, and then plotted against the scanning radius and fitted with a line. (i) Plot of the scanning radius against penetration depth for different wavelength.
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Fig. 9 (a) The spot size of a focused 561 nm laser beam. (b) COS-7 cells were transfected with a membrane maker (CAAX-mCherry). After 24 hours, the cells were fixed and examined with VIEW-MOD. A vaTIRF image was taken before photobleaching. We picked two photobleaching regions (#1 and #2) and sent the coordinates to our MATLAB software. (c) A focused 561 laser beam was scanning across region #1 for approximately 5 seconds. A vaTIRF image was taken afterwards. The laser power before entering the objective is set to be ~0.5 mW for vaTIRF and ~9 mW for point scanning. (d) A focused 561 laser beam was scanning across region #2 for approximately 5 seconds. Another vaTIRF image was taken afterwards. Scale bar = 10 µm.
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Fig. 10 We decouple mirror scanning and ETL control from general microscope automation so the software can be easily combined with any given system. We use Metamorph and/or µManager to control other microscope components such as cameras, lasers, shutters, filter wheels and others. Home-built software was used to control two scanning mirrors through NI Data Acquisition Boards and ETLs. The synchronization between camera exposure and mirror scanning was achieved through the trigger in and trigger out function of cameras.
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Fig. 11 (a) Calibration of SM1 showing the light sheet x-position versus voltage applied to SM1 as well as a linear fit to this data. The slope of the linear fit provides us a conversion from SM1 voltage to scanning distance, allowing us to understand and properly set our voxel size during volume imaging. Scale bar = 5 µm. (b) Calibration of ETL2 showing the current applied to ETL2 versus the light sheet z-position. (c) Calibration of ETL3 showing the voltage applied to ETL3 versus the axial position of the image plane. Error bars for (b) and (c) are 95% confidence intervals, but are often smaller than the visualization of the data points.
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Fig. 12 (A) Dynamic range comparison of a RhoA single-chain biosensor using data from Epifluorescence (n = 12) and SpinTIRF (n = 12) imaging, which showed no significant difference. (B) Corrected photobleaching curve of the RhoA biosensor stably expressed in MEF cells, using either widefield (n = 3) or vaTIRF (n = 4) (200 µW for Epifluorescence, 500 µW laser power at the stage, 15 minute time course, with same number of images and exposure time). Photobleaching curves were corrected for the power difference between the two imaging modes. There was a significant reduction in photobleaching with vaTIRF illumination.
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Fig. 13 (a) A sample mini scan of a COS-7 nucleus expressing HaloTag-H2B labeled with Janelia Fluor 549 used in the initialization scan where the LBS is fixed to a specific location and the ETL3 voltage is varied about a suggested voltage of best focus. The Tenegrad method [15,67] is used on each image from the mini scan to provide a metric for image quality. A Gaussian is fit to the mini-scan data to provide the optimal ETL3 voltage for a given light sheet position. (b) A sample lookup table that provides the best ETL3 voltage for a given light sheet position. Each orange data point is generated by a mini scan procedure. A linear interpolation is done between data points and is discretized based upon the number of slices per volume.

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Table 1 Expanded list of imaging modalities for VIEW-MOD. We provide an extensive, but not necessarily complete, list of imaging modalities in the scope of VIEW-MOD’s capabilities. The modules required for each modality and are listed, only further software development would be required for implementation. *Module 1: Beam expansion and polarization modulation. Module 2: Beam shaping. Module 3: Beam steering. Module 4: Axial beam scanning. Module 5: Axial image plane scanning.

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Table 2 Costs of the major components of VIEW-MOD

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p d = λ 4 π ( n 1 2 sin 2 θ 1 n 2 2 ) 1 2
θ 1 = sin 1 ( n 2 * sin θ 2 / n 1 ) = sin 1 ( n 2 * ( 1 + ( D / L ) 2 ) 1 2 / n 1 )

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