The Boulder lab for 3-D Microscopy of Cells is an NCRR-supported research resource, which is mainly funded by a P41 grant to Andy Hoenger (director) and a software maintenance grant to David Mastronarde (co-director). Within this resource we operate two high-end microscopes, mainly used for freeze-substitution / plastic section EM as well as cryo-electron microscopy and tomographic 3-D data analysis of cellular and macromolecular specimens.
The Functional Genomics Facility is a non-profit service center funded by a consortium of the Colorado initiative in Molecular Biotechnology (CIMB), the University of Colorado Cancer cneter (UCCC), the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmetal Biology (MCDB), the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and the Espinosa lab.
MCDB offers a wide array of computing facilities and services. Computing, networking, printing and all other related information can be found here. If you have any questions or concerns our IT staff would be glad to help.
The mission of the Light Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF) is to provide labs from the University of Colorado and the surroundings community with access and support to advanced imaging research instrumentation.
We deliver Microarray solutions that include all the necessary components for a successful microarray experiment; from arrays and reagents to instruments and software.
Schedule an appointment or learn how to prepare a high-quality color poster. We have information on everything you would ever need to know about creating a poster.
Schedule a room or an appointment to print a poster here.
The purpose of this page is to give you an introduction to our Transgenic Facility, to provide information about how to use the facility, to distribute information and protocols relevant to animal research techniques, and to provide links to other websites that facility users may find useful.