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The Simon lab consists of 3000 sq. ft. of newly renovated laboratory space in the Microbiology building.  Within the space are plant and microbial growth facilities and student/post doc offices.  

Five personal computers (two Pentium 750 mhz, two Pentium 450, Pentium 350) and three printers (HP Laser Jet 5P, Epson color 3000 and Xerox printer/copier) are located in the offices. All computers are connected by ethernet to the Departmental workstation.

Office space for Anne Simon is within the laboratory.  

Plant Growth Facilities:
200 sq ft of walk in plant growth facilities are located in the lab.  In addition,  there are two 7 sq. ft. Conviron chambers.

Major Equipment:
In the Simon lab- Beckman L8 ultracentrifuge with VTi65 and SW42 rotors, Sorval Superspeed centrifuge with rotors, Beckman refrigerated midspeed centrifuge, five microcentrifuges, BioRad Spec2000 spectrophotometer, automated system for low pressure protein purification (BioRad Econosystem), automated Biologic FPLC/HPLC system for protein purification (BioRad), four high and six low voltage power supplies, ten waterbaths, three platform shakers, Stratagene gradient thermal cycler, New Brunswick shaking incubator, Hybaid hybridization oven, Savant speed vac and gel dryer, BioRad Imaging Densitometer, Nikon inverted microscope, three incubators, two -80oC freezers, two -20oC freezers, five refrigerators, video imaging system, Millipore water purification system and other basic equipment (scales, pH meter, etc). Nearby core facilities include a phosphorimager and confocal microscope.


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