Multiphoton Intravital & Tissue Imaging (MITI) Research Core

As part of the larger Small Animal Imaging Core, the MITI Core is equipped with experienced research professionals and state-of-the-art intravital imaging equipment to acquire advanced descriptive and quantitative data from live animals and fixed samples requiring deep tissue illumination.

The MITI Core is equipped with an Olympus FVMPE-RS advanced multiphoton microscope and a Spectra-Physics InSight X3 dual-line, tunable multiphoton laser for ultrafast, multichannel imaging.

Learn more about multiphoton intravital and deep tissue microscopy, including how the MITI Research Core can expand your research, by viewing Dr. Jensen Smith's recent Tech Talk about Intravital Microscopy.

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Acknowledgements

Users of the Multiphoton Intravital Tissue Imaging (MITI) facility are obligated to acknowledge the facility and its funding sources in all formal publications and presentations.  Notification of new publications and presentations citing the MITI facility are greatly appreciated.  Reprints/PDFs of publications and presentations using data obtained at the MITI facility may be included in annual core facility reports.

The UNMC Multiphoton Intravital Tissue Imaging (MITI) facility is supported by state funds from the Nebraska Research Initiative, UNMC’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the Nebraska Center for Nanomedicine-CoBRE Program funded by NIGMS (NIH P20GM103480).