Biological Imaging Facility

    Equipment/facility: Facility

      Equipments Details

      Description

      The Biological Imaging Facility (BIF) is a shared-use research and training resource available to all NU researchers. BIF is organized so users can prepare samples, capture and analyze images, and create final presentations in one facility.

      Resources

      • Microscopy
      • Image analysis
      • Poster printing
      • Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy
      • DIC (Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy)
      • FCS (Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy)
      • FLIP (Fluorescence-Loss-In-Photobleaching)
      • FRAP (Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching)
      • FRET (Fluorescence/ Forster Resonance Energy Transfer)
      • Live-cell Imaging
      • Phase Contrast Microscopy
      • Widefield Fluorescence Microscopy
      • Image Processing and Analysis

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