Microscopy, Bio-Imaging Unit at NCUniv

state-of-the-art microscopy resources

Informative pages on conventional brightfield, phase, DIC and widefield–fluorescence microscopy  as well as confocal-microscopy including  two-photon microscopy and ‘high-content’ confocal screening.

And a wide range of imaging techniques for example: Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleach (FRAP), Forster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET), time lapse (live-cell) and volume (z-stack) imaging.

The Bio-Imaging Unit is one of a number of facilities available for commercial use at Newcastle University. A full list of University Research Facilities can be found on the Services for Business web pages.

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/bioimaging/about/

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