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Molecular Cytology Core

Separation of GFP and chloroplast autofluorescence in Arabidopsis stem-LSM 510 META

Image: Separation of GFP and chloroplast autofluorescence in Arabidopsis stem-LSM 510 META

The Molecular Cytology Core is a resource for all types of light microscopy, immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization techniques, and general scientific image analysis and processing.

Instrumentation available for client use includes two confocal microscopes, micro-injection system, epi-fluorescence stereoscope, conventional wide-field microscopes, paraffin microtome, cryostat, and ultramicrotome.

The Molecular Cytology Core facility is located in room 120 in the Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center. The Core is hosted by the Life Sciences Center.