The In Vivo Optical Gene Imaging Facility offers CU Cancer Center members and other investigators the
tools to image biological processes in live experimental animals based on powerful, non-invasive bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging.
We use a Xenogen IVIS200 scanner for cells and metastasis traceability luciferase (luciferin). Also used for fluorescence imaging with various dyes for cells, pharmaceuticals, and vaccine tracking.
You must have an approved IACUC protocol containing optical imaging. Register for an iLab solutions account. Arrange for instrument training with Jenna Steiner, AAS, CVT.
To register for an account:
Click here to login and register
To Create an Equipment Reservation:
Following the instructions listed below, you can place orders and schedule equipment time.
You may cancel a reservation any time up to the initiation point of the imaging session. Billing will reflect at minimum the amount of time reserved on the calendar or the total usage time if it was exceeded.
Natalie Serkova, PhD
Office: (303) 724-1086
Pager: (303) 266-2910
Jenna Steiner, AAS, CVT
Office: (303) 724-2942
Francis G. Garay
Office: (303) 724-2499
Toni T. Mufford, CVT, LATG
AISR Veterinary Technician III
Phone: (303) 859-1382
RC1N Vivarium, Suite 1, Rm 0443
RC1N Vivarium, Suite 1, Rm 0439
AHSB Vivarium, ABSL2+ Suite, Rm 0210