Center for Medical Research

Core Facility Imaging

The Core Facility Imaging offers analyses of cells based on colorimetric, fluorescent, and luminescent detection by using microscopy, flow cytometry, and spectrophotometry techniques. Specific label-free techniques allow monitoring of proliferation, migration, and cell death in adherently growing cells. These services enable for instance life-cell imaging/cell monitoring of adherently growing cells, high content screening, phenotyping and isolation of cells in suspension, analysis of cytokines, and identification of cytotoxic/genotoxic/immunotoxic effects. Specific (co)culture systems are available to allow studies of permeation across physiological barriers and of cellular long-term effects.

 

Infrastructure: Confocal Laser Scan Microscopes (LSM510 Meta, Nikon A1R), High Content Screening (HCS Nikon), Atomic Force Microscopy (Flex-BIO, FLEX-ANA), Multicolor Flow Cytometry (CytoFLEX S, CytoFLEX LX), Cell Sorting (FACSARia IIIu), BioPlex-200, NanoSight NS300.

 

For more information about microscopy please contact Prof. Eleonore Fröhlich (eleonore.froehlich@medunigraz.at) or visit at www.corefacilitynet.org.

 

For more information about flow cytometry please contact Dr. Heimo Strohmaier (heimo.strohmaier@medunigraz.at) or visit at www.corefacilitynet.org.

 

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