GCD 5111: Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy

3 Credits

Fluorescence microscopy is an essential technique to probe the inner workings of cells and tissues. You will learn hands on the inner workings of fluorescent microscopes, how to set up and acquire fluorescent images using microscopes, and how to quantitatively analyze image data using FIJI (ImageJ) software. prereq: Undergraduate students require instructor permission for enrollment. Graduate students are allowed to register for 5111 without instructor permission. Recommended prerequisite: GCD 3033 or BIOL 4004

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