Our facility also offers laser capture microdissection equipment and expertise, using an Arcturus PixCell IIe system. This system is useful to many investigators for cell capture and genomics (microarray) experiments, however, the infrared laser is a bit unpredictable now due to its older age, and therefore we no longer charge for the use of this instrument.
Philip Haydon, PhD
Michele Jacob, PhD
Alenka Lovy, PhD
Kent Keyser, PhD
(University of Alabama, Birmingham)
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