The Keck Microscopy Center provides training and access to light microscopy and advanced image analysis software for the entire University of Washington research community. Current instrumentation includes multiple 3D-confocal and widefield microscopes, a wide range of imaging objectives, motorized stages for mosaic tiling and multi-point live imaging, and environmental control equipment for live imaging. Image processing and analysis capabilities include IMARIS 3D visualization and analysis software and Leica Lightning deconvolution software. Non-UW researchers may also use the services of the Keck Center.
Core Services Offered
Widefield microscopy, 3D-confocal microscopy, image analysis, training, and consultation
National Institutes of Health National Center for Research Resources (NCRR)
Departments of Physiology & Biophysics and Pharmacology, School of Medicine
Department Chairs of Physiology & Biophysics (PBIO) and Pharmacology
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