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The Advanced Bioimaging Centre provides electron microscopy services to the Toronto research community.
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The Advanced Bioimaging Centre provides electron microscopy services to the Toronto research community.
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Advanced Bioimaging Centre
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The Advanced Bioimaging Centre is a joint facility of Mount Sinai Hospital and The Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute located in the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital and provides microscopy services to scientists at both institutions as well as the University of Toronto and the scientific community at large. The Centre is a fee-for-service facility which combines state-of-the-art equipment and technical expertise in a user-friendly environment. The services offered include: sample and equipment preparation, transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Services include sample preparation and equipment preparation.
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The Advanced Bioimaging Centre is a fee-for-service facility serving the Hospital for Sick Children, Mount Sinai Hospital, the University of Toronto and the scientific community at large. Services offered include: sample preparation, transmission electron microscopy, and scanning electron microscopy.
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David Bazett-Jones
Primary Investigator
The Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute
Canada
Marc Grynpas
Primary Investigator
Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute (SLRI)
Canada
Douglas Holmyard
Key Resource Personnel
Mount Sinai Hospital
Canada


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