Due to an aging instrument and minimal usage, CGRB will be shutting down their X-OMAT film processor August 24th.
We have a new instrument, Azure c600 imager, that can read chemiluminescence, RGB fluorescence and NIR fluorescence. We’d like you to try it out as a replacement for developing film. It is currently housed in ALS 3012 CGRB Core labs. Training can be arranged with Anne-Marie Girard. More information can also be found on our web site, http://cgrb.oregonstate.edu/core/microscopy-imaging/azure-c600-imager.
If you will continue to need film development, please contact Anne-Marie Girard for information about an alternate film processor on campus.