Electron Microscopy prepares and images specimens by transmission or scanning EM and can also do two- and three-dimensional image processing. The lab specializes in biological EM, but also works with non-biological samples. The EM Core Lab can train users in sample preparation, microscope use, and image analysis. Common EM procedures done in the lab include thin-sectioning, negative staining, and cryogenic EM (cryo-EM).
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday
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We would like to thank you for acknowledging the our facility. This recognition allows us to highlight the impact of your work and demonstrates the important contributions of our facility makes to research across the University of Utah. The recognition our core receives from your acknowledgments also aids in receiving grants and further funding for equipment and services we can provide to our users.
In published papers that used instruments at our facility and notably involved staff members please use the following format:
In published papers where a staff member assisted you in addition to the requested services please use the following format:
For publications resulting from collaborations that assisted with the methodologies, planning process and execution of your experiment in addition to equipment usage we require Co-author attribution on your publication for our facility and any staff members who provided substantial contributions to the originating project.
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