The goal of the NYSBC Cryo-electron microscopy (CEM) facility is to help researchers elucidate the intermolecular interactions and domain architectures of macromolecules within their native cellular assemblies. Towards this goal, the facility has brought together a combination of instrumentation and staff expertise that supports the determination three-dimensional structures. The NYSBC is also a member of TEMIMPS, the Transcontinental EM Initiative for Membrane Protein Structure.
- How do I start?
- Examples of projects.
- How to use the Intranet.
- Local EM core facilities and resources.
- CEM User Handbook.
- 1x 80/120kV TEM - W filament
- 2x 200kV TEMs - FEG
- 1x 300kV TEM - FEG
- 1x Dual-beam SEM - FIB/FESEM
We have installed a column-mounted, gas-cooled cryo-preparation system from Quorum Technologies on our dual beam SEM.
8/5/2014: New York Structural Biology Discussion Group
Time: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Location: Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Note: Pre-register to attend the meeting
8/7/2014: Fifth Annual Minisymposium on Computational Methods for Three-dimensional Microscopy Reconstruction
Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Location: City University of New York, Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Room 4102
Organizers: Gabor T. Herman (CUNY) and Joachim Frank (Columbia University)