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The Biomedical Polymer Science Laboratory is housed in the College of Pharmacy building. Dr. Gemeinhart's office is room 357. The Biopharmaceutical Sciences recently rennovated the third and fourth floor south section of the building including the Biomedical Polymer Science Laboratory facilities, rooms 359 and 363. Room 344 is our imaging center. Room 363 is the polymer science facility and room 359 is the tissue engineering laboratory. Adjacent to these facilities are a general equpipment rooms (443), autoclave room (441), dark room (445), and tissue culture facility (343).
BPSL Laboratory Guidelines
 
Microimaging Laboratory (PHAR 344)
Tissue Engineering Laboratory (PHAR 359)
Polymer Science Laboratory (PHAR 363)
  • Waters HPLC
    • 996 Photodiode Array Detector
    • 474 Fluorescent Detector
    • 600 Controller
    • Dell Dimension 4300 Data Processing Center
  • Waters/Wyatt GPC
    • Waters 600 Solvent Delivery System
    • Hitachi Degasser
    • Waters 717plus Autosampler
    • Waters 2414 Refractive Index Detector
    • Waters 996 Photodiode Array Detector
    • Wyatt Mini-Dawn TREOS MALLS Detector
    • Wyatt Orbit recycle system
    • Dell Optiplex Data Processing Center
    • Wyatt Astra software
    • Waters Empower software
  • pH Meter
  • Fisher Centrific Centrifuge
  • Fisher Maxima Digital Mixers (2)
  • Fisher Isotemp Vacuum Oven
  • Flammable Refridgerator/Freezer
  • -20C Freezer
General Equipment Rooms (PHAR 443)
Tissue Culture Room (PHAR 343)
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