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Immuno Electron Microscopy Core

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    Imaging center has an excellent physical facility for handling samples for light or electron microscopy. We have a unique Multi-suite dissection, sectioning, and embedding area. This area is equipped with fume hood, two refrigerators, -80 freezer, tissue processors, and surgical instruments. Tissues of interest may be prepared ranging from fresh frozen for fluorescence microscopy to embedding in plastic for electron microscopy. We have or have access to; cryostats, paraffin microtomes, vibratomes, and ultramicrotomes. The EM core is experienced in many specialized electron microcopy techniques. These include immunogold labeling, negative staining. We have two FEI transmission electron microscopes, a Morgagni, and a Techni 12, both with AMT digital cameras for micrograph production.
  2. Affiliation
    Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology
  3. Performs Technique
    Electron microscopy
  4. Director
    Kayton, Robert J. Ph.D.
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