Epifluorescence microscope at UCSF

An optical microscope used to study properties of organic or inorganic substances using the phenomena of fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of, or in addition to, reflection and absorption.
Fluorescence microscope, Fluorescent microscope
→ Epifluorescence microscope
Deconvolution microscope
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Mission Bay

Center for Advanced Light Microscopy (CALM)

Biochemistry and Biophysics, Mission Bay
Contact: Delaine Larsen 415-851-9940 Delaine.Larsen@ucsf.edu

  • Fluorescence microscopes
Mission Bay

Gladstone Histology and Light Microscopy Core

Gladstone Institutes, Mission Bay
Contact: General Contact 415-734-2566 blaise.ndjamen@gladstone.ucsf.edu

  • Light-sheet microscope
Mission Bay

Macromolecular Structure Group Crystallography & SAXS Facility

Biochemistry and Biophysics, Mission Bay
Contact: David Bulkely 415-476-8288 david.bulkley@ucsf.edu

  • Korima PRS 1000 Fluorescence stereo microscope and digital camera
Mission Bay

Small Molecule Discovery Center

QB3 Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Mission Bay
Contact: Michelle Arkin michelle.arkin@ucsf.edu

  • InCell Analyzer 2500 high content imager (Cytiva)
Mission Bay, Mt. Zion

Laboratory for Cell Analysis (Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center Cytometry Core)

Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mission Bay, Mt. Zion
Contact: Rosa Navarro (415) 516-7437 sarah.elmes@ucsf.edu

  • Fluorescent microscope/camera (in barrier)
  • MB HD-355 Nikon Eclipse (dual view, teaching)

Broad Center Imaging Core

Contact: Kyle Marchuk Georgia.Panagiotakos@ucsf.edu

  • Keyence BZ-X710

Liver Tissue Analysis Core

UCSF Liver Center, SFGH
Contact: James P. Grenert (415) 502-3252 aras.mattis@ucsf.edu

  • Nikon Microphot-FXA Microscope with digital camera and morphometry software