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O-MUG

Comprehensive Course on Fluorescence Microscopy


Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (PMCRT) site
(formerly Toronto Medical Discovery Tower (TMDT))

At our Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (PMCRT) site, we have various instruments, including:
  • a whole slide scanner for histology slides
  • inverted microscope equipped with stage top incubator and CO2 for live cell experiments
  • upright microscopes for brightfield and fluorescence imaging of fixed cells and tissues
  • upright microscope for fluorescence tiling and stitching of large tissue sections
  • bioluminescence and fluorescence systems for small animal imaging, including intravital
  • confocal microscopes for optical sectioning, including multiphoton capabilities and intravital
  • Raman
In addition, we have several image quantitation workstations, setup with software for routine image processing and quantitation as well as more advanced analysis such as co-localization, 3D visualization and quantitation, deconvolution, and whole slide quantification.

Check out what our other sites have to offer:
- Toronto General Hospital (TGH)
- STTARR
- PMCC
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