Self Service

Customers interested in using ICBR instruments for self service will need to be trained by ICBR staff before they are able to reserve an instrument for self service use. Instruments available for self service are listed in the table below and noted as such in the instrument gallery. Reservations are required unless otherwise specified.

Self Service Steps

  1. Review ICBR’s Instrument Use and Instrument Reservation Policies.
  2. Request a myICBR account by following the steps on the Become a Customer page.
  3. Contact the core to schedule a consultation or instrument training session.

Once a customer has been trained on a self service instrument, they will gain access to that instrument’s reservation calendar. Customers will need to create a submission ID in myICBR, as instructed by core staff.

Instrument Reservation Calendars

Only customers that have been trained by an ICBR staff member will be able to access the self service instrument reservation calendars.

 

Self Service Instruments

DivisionCoreInstrumentRequest Training or Consultation
GenomicsGene ExpressionAB 7500 Fast Real-Time PCR SystemICBR-GeneExpression@ad.ufl.edu
ProteomicsProtein BiomarkersBiacore3000ICBR-ProteinBiomarkers@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsHybridomaOctet QKe SystemICBR-Hybridoma@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsHybridomaSpectramax M5 Multimode Microplate ReaderICBR-Hybridoma@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsHybridomaBioTek Synergy H4 Multimode Microplate ReaderICBR-Hybridoma@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsHybridomaSpectraMax Plus384ICBR-Hybridoma@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsHybridomaBioTek/ Epoch Microplate ReaderICBR-Hybridoma@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryFACS Calibur (MBI-2)*ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryFACS Calibur (MBI-1)*ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryLeica TCS-SP5ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryAccuri C6ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryLSR (CGRC)ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsFlow CytometryLSR (MBI)*ICBR-FlowCytometry@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingHitachi H-7000 TEM*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingFEI Spirit TEM 120kV*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingDenton DeskV Sputter coater*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingFEI G2 F20 TEM 200kV*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingBal-Tec CPD*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingHitachi S-4000 FE-SEM*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica CM1950*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingPelcoBioWavePro*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingPelcoBioWave*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingOlympus BH2*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingRMC PoweTomeX*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingTousimis CPD*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingZeiss Confocal*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingVitrobot*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingUltracut R*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingNikon Optiphot-2*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingMicrom Microtome*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica EM UC7*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica EM Trim*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica EM AFS2*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica HPM100*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica Ultracut UCT*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingMeiji Imaging station*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLKB 7800 Knifemaker*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu
CellomicsElectron Microscopy and BioimagingLeica Vibratome*ICBR-ElectronMicroscopy@ad.ufl.edu

 

 

*For the convenience of our customers, some ICBR instruments are located at additional core facilities. Locations and directions to additional core facilities are below. All of ICBR’s core facilities are located on the main UF campus.

Additional Core Facilities

Electron Microscopy and Bioimaging: Microbiology and Cell Science Building

The Electron Microscopy and Bioimaging MCS facility is located in lab room 1012 of the Microbiology and Cell Science Building, at the intersection of Museum Dr. and Memorial Rd. Click here for directions.

Flow Cytometry: McKnight Brain Institute

The Flow Cytometry MBI facility is located in room L3-160 of the McKnight Brain Institute, across Newel Dr. at the Health Science Center. Click here for directions.

Note: The Flow Cytometry instruments that are located in the MBI facility are noted as such in the instrument gallery.