The core facility is a full service lab providing access to advanced expertise in Biological Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) related research, from consultation to imaging service and training to faculty, scientists and students on campus, external research institutions and industrial community.
We receive previously fixed samples, prepare them for TEM, negative staining and immunoelectron microscopy techniques, and perform ultramicrotomy, digital imaging and interpretation of results. Support is also available in planning for future electron microscopy experiments, writing grants, publications, and collaborations.
The core facility is at this location.
Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Life Sciences North
(4th floor room 410)
Please note: The ground floor entrances to this building all require previously authorized CatCard access. During regular work hours the building can be easily accessed via the bridge connecting the building to the College of Medicine. Building access after hours is only available through the use of a previously authorized CatCard.
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Paula M Tonino, Ph.D.
Reference this core in grants and publications using:
University of Arizona Imaging Cores - Electron RRID:SCR_023279