University of Vermont
89 Beaumont Ave.
Burlington, VT 05405United States of Americahttp://med.uvm.edu/mic
Last Updated: 06/01/2021
The MIC Live Imaging and Physiology Core is a division of the Microscopy and Imaging Center of the UVM Larner College of Medicine. The Live Imaging and Physiology Core provides a wide range of imaging techniques mainly for live-cell, live-tissue and in-vivo preparations. We maintain a Noran/Prairie Technologies OZ LSCM (laser scanning confocal microscope), a DeltaVision RT restoration microscopy system, a Zeiss/BioRad 2100 dedicated multiphoton LSCM, a Zeiss LSM 7 MP dedicated multiphoton LSCM, a Nikon TIRF (total-internal reflection fluorescence) system, a Nikon/Yokogawa CSU-W1 spinning disk microscopy system, a PTI monochromator system, and a Nikon SMZ-1500 fluorescence stereoscope. Patch-clamp electronics are available for use on most microscope systems, and each system has an integrated perfusion setup.
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