- Electronic Research Administration
- Human Oral Microbiome Database
- National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
- Oral Pathogen Sequence Databases
- University of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute
Oral Biology Department Resources
The spinning disk confocal consists of a Leica inverted fluorescent microscope with a Yokagowa spinning disk confocal scan head and a Roper Cascade II EMCCD 512b camera set up for live cell 3 channel fluorescent imaging, with both realtime and time-lapse imaging capabilities. This microscope has a temperature controlled stage and objective heater for long term live cell imaging. The microscope stage is computer controlled in X, Y, and Z which allows us to perform multi-position time-lapse experiments. We also have an Eppendorf semiautomatic microinjection system attached to the microscope.
For reservation and fee information for this instrument, please contact Misty Griffis.
The department houses a LX200. For instrument training and reservations, please contact Shannon Wallet, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Oral Biology, For technical information about the LX200, please visit the following links: