Electron Microscopy Core Facility (MU)
The University of Missouri EM Core is a resource center for scanning and transmission electron microscopy, providing investigators with consultation, training, access to instrumentation, and extensive services. The facility was established in 1995 by combining the electron microscopy resources of the College of Veterinary Medicine; the School of Medicine; and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. In 2000 the Core was expanded by the incorporation of the Department of Geological Sciences' Microbeam Analysis Facility. The Electron Microscopy Core is hosted by the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology.
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