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Molecular Pathology Core

Bon Voyage Lily and Welcome Eric

In August, we bid a fond farewell to Xian (Lily) Li, postdoctoral fellow, in the Core for two years, who returned to China. She worked tirelessly to provide histology and immunohistology services to our users, particularly during the 2020 pandemic. We hope she can return to the Core in a…

MPC Staff Publication Contribution in JCI

We are pleased to announce a recent MPC staff member contribution to a publication by Cathy Yuping Sun. Cathy is our Senior Biological Scientist who has extensive experience in histology and immunohistochemistry. The paper includes the TUNEL assay and IHC with MAMLD2 LAD, Ki-67, cleaved caspase-3, phospho-RB, Cdk4, and…

Olympus VS200 Brightfield&Fluorescence Scanner Demo May 3-5, 2021

An Olympus VS200 slide scanner was evaluated by multiple users using their sample brightfield and fluorescent slides. The instrument was user-friendly with fast scans that produced clear images for both brightfield and fluorescence. Large format slides (2″ x 3″) were also scanned following H&E staining. Additional features included extended focus…

3DHISTECH Pannoramic MIDI II Scanner Demo March 19, 2021

Pannoramic MIDI II We are pleased to present a whole slide image scanner demo this week by Richard Wolf, richard.wolfe@epredia.com. Users who are interested can bring a couple of slides (bright-field or fluorescence) to scan and see how this scanner could be of value in your research. Time:…

Phenoptics Seminar by AKOYA Biosciences – February 24th, 2021

We are please to host a seminar by Akoya Biosciences presented by Clemens Duerrschmid. Please join us to learn more about how Phenoptics applications can be of service to your research! Phenoptics Automated Quantitative Pathology Single cell resolution with trainable machine learning algorithms: Recent advances in…

Welcome Department of Medicine EM Core Users

The UF Department of Medicine Electron Microscopy core will be closing Jan. 31, 2021 with the retirement of Dr. Jill Verlander, Director. Mr. Chao Chen will be joining the MPC staff and continue providing light microscopy services used in the EM Core, including polyester wax embedding, sectioning and staining (see…

Nanostring GeoMX DIGITAL SPATIAL PROFILING

We are pleased to offer the Nanostring GeoMX platform through the Molecular Pathology Core and Department of Surgery’s Laboratory of Inflammation Biology and Surgical Science. Technical support is required with the user providing reagents and samples. Please contact us before planning as there are specific requirements for slide preparations. More…

10x Genomics Visium Spatial Transcriptomics Webinar 9/29/20 12-1pm

10x Genomics webinar hosted by the University of Florida ICBR and Molecular Pathology Core. Envision New Dimensions: Visium Spatial Solutions Featured Speaker: Nirav Patel, MS, Science and Technology Advisor, 10x Genomics 9/29/20 12-1 pm EDT Register HereĀ  Please join us for this seminar to learn how Visium Spatial…

Resumption of Research Activities- June 1, 2020

The Molecular Pathology Core will resume full operations June 1, 2020. New safety measures are in accordance with the UF Research Resumption Plan. Staff members are available for consultations by phone or email and we request you remain outside the labs unless asked to enter. The Dropoff/Pickup process is somewhat…

MPC Reopening with Modified Hours – May 12, 2020

Molecular Pathology Core staff members are pleased to reopen the facility with limited hours from 10 am- 3 pm for sample submissions and pickup in Dental Tower D11-41. Technical support remains available during regular hours (8:30 am to 4:30 pm) to help you with your research needs and answer any…

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