The Harvard Cryo-Electron Microscopy Center for Structural Biology (HC2EM) is a joint effort by Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital to provide state-of-the-art cryo-EM instrumentation and expertise for the Harvard structural biology community. We are located on the Harvard Medical School campus in the basement of the Seeley G. Mudd building
Currently, two MarkIV Vitrobots for sample preparation are available for use and we are accepting new users for the Talos Arctica and Titan Krios microscopes. The facility houses two Titan Krios election microscopes and a Talos Arctica electron microscope, all equipped with Gatan K3 Summit direct electron detectors
This user facility offers consultation and training by staff in specimen preparation, microscope operation, image acquisition, and data analysis.
Please acknowledge the support of The Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology in research publications arising from use of the center. This acknowledgment should include the following or similar: “Cryo-EM data were collected at The Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology at Harvard Medical School”.