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Featured Image

The CMIF Featured Image represents a cross-sectioned tibialis anterior muscle derived from a mouse with muscular dystrophy. This image was captured using the Nikon A1R microscope by Dr. J. Spencer Hauck from the laboratory of Jill Rafael-Forney, PhD. This image demonstrates the infiltration of immune cells (green) into the muscle tissue (represented by red and blue staining). For more information regarding Dr. Rafael-Fortney’s research, please visit the following webpage: https://medicine.osu.edu/physiology/faculty-research/jillrafaelfortney/p....

Biological Sample Preparation prior to Observation with cryoEM Workshop

The CMIF is offering a workshop for biological sample preparation prior to observation with cryoEM. For more information, contact us!

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Please remember to support the CMIF by including the following: Images presented in this report were generated using the instruments and services at the Campus Microscopy and Imaging Facility, The Ohio State University. This facility is supported in part by grant P30 CA016058, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD
Confocal Training Seminar in BRT 134
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
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