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Integrated Microscopy Core

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About the Core

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The Integrated Microscopy Core is an institutional core facility supported by the Dan L Duncan Cancer Center  the TMC Digestive Disease Center and Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.

The core is designed to provide high quality microscopy and analytics services through availability of state-of-the-art imaging instrumentation, custom image analysis, one-on-one training by expert staff, plus free consultation for experimental setup, data acquisition and analysis.

The IMC covers most of the investigators’ needs in the areas of light microscopy with particular emphasis on super-resolution techniques, high throughput/high content phenotypic screening (assay development/validation), live imaging, multi-dimensional spatial analysis in tissue and cell culture samples, 3D culture models imaging and custom image analysis pipelines & data analytics.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Advanced Technology Cores at Baylor College of Medicine, the Dan L Duncan Cancer Center and the Texas Medical Center Digestive Diseases Center.

 

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Equipment and Services

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IMC Services

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View information about our High Throughput Microscopy service
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Core Hours

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Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Office phone: (713) 798-4679

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Core Location

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Cullen Building:
122A Light Microscopy
125A Electron Microscopy
117A, 119A, 121A (offices)

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iLab Scheduling and Billing

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Our billing system will require a 10-digit Baylor account number or, for non-Baylor users, a PO# in advance. Go to this link to register for an iLab account or to connect to the scheduling calendars. Thank you for choosing our core!

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Terms and Conditions for Use of Core

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View and download the form.

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Publication Acknowledgement for Cores

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Core name: Integrated Microscopy Core
Personnel: Michael A. Mancini, Ph.D., Academic Director; Fabio Stossi, Ph.D., Core Director; Hannah Johnson
Grants supporting the core: Imaging for this project was supported by the Integrated Microscopy Core at Baylor College of Medicine with funding from NIH (DK56338, and CA125123), CPRIT (RP150578, RP170719), the Dan L. Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the John S. Dunn Gulf Coast Consortium for Chemical Genomics.
 

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