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Default Need Confocal/Multi-Photon Microscopy?

I operate the Rutgers University High-Resolution Microscopy Facility, and we are looking to take on new clients. The facility is located in New Brunswick, NJ (although we are looking for clients nationwide), and is within the Biomedical Engineering building of Rutgers University. We currently have a Leica SP2 confocal microscope with multi-photon capabilities, and an atomic force microscope, along with a cell-culture suite and an image processing suite. If you are interested in using our services, please e-mail any questions to:

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