Electron Microscopy Facility

DNA Origami Triangle, Rogers and Fraden labs

"A visualization using a cryo-EM reconstruction of DNA origami subunits that can bind edge-to-edge, assembled into a pentamer, a step first towards assembling synthetic T1 capsids" Rogers and Fraden Labs.

Fly Bouton, Rodal lab

"Thin-section electron microscopy of a synaptic bouton at the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction. Scale bar 400nm" Rodal lab

DNA Origami Self Assembled Tubule, Rogers and Fraden Labs

"Self assembled tubule of DNA origami triangles. Scale bar 200nm" Rogers and Fraden Labs

C. elegans cilia and glia

“A high-resolution morphological and ultrastructural map of anterior sensory cilia and glia in Caenorhabditis elegans.” Sengupta and Nicastro labs

The Brandeis Electron Microscopy facility is located on the 4th floor of the Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

The Electron Microscopy Facility is under the direction of Dr. Avital Rodal and is run by Dr. Berith Isaac.

Instruments, training and assisted use are available for Brandeis faculty, staff, and lab members, as well as members of the broader scientific community, including other academic institutions and for-profit organizations.