Our lab has a full range of state-of-the-art equipment for protein purification, fluorometry and light microscopy, including 3 multi-spectral TIRF microscopes as well as the recently acquired super-resolution (SIM) microscope. We also share a number of facilities with related labs in the Rosenstiel center, and the biochemistry, microarray, and confocal microscopy facilities at Brandeis. Mouse over the images below for more information:

Lab Facilities & Equipment

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Jointly owned equipment

Brandeis University has a number of facilities that are shared among labs and specialized equipment which may be used by any of the biology, biochemistry, chemistry and biophysics labs on campus.

  • "Jabberwocky": a state-of-the-art spinning disk microscope with both confocal and non-confocal modes, piezo stage, two Andor Ixon Ultra CCD cameras for simultaneous 2-color or sequential acquisition, and a sCMOS camera for rapid epifluorescence detection. 

  • "Smaug": a laser scanning confocal inverted Nikon Ti-E-PFS3 eclipse microscope with several solid-state lasers, a 7-LED Light Engine array, an sCMOS camera (Andor Zyla), and an EMCCD camera (Andor Ixon).

  • BLItz protein binding kinetics assay system

  • Odyssey quantitative infrared fluorescence imaging scanner

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Shared instrumentation and facilities

Brandeis University has a number of facilities that are shared among labs and specialized equipment which may be used by any of the biology, biochemistry, chemistry and biophysics labs on campus.

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© Bruce Goode 2017

Tel: 781-736-2454

Email: goode@brandeis.edu

Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

415 South Street

Waltham, MA 02454