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Molecular Imaging

Molecular imaging is a powerful technique that enables the study of fluorescence at a molecular scale for photophysics and the characterization of the microenvironment of individual molecules. For this purpose, our core facility provides the equipment to run steady state and time resolved fluorescence including spectral imaging and FLIM, quantum yield, anisotropy, FRET for bulk and spatially resolved cellular studies.  Technical support, advice and training is provided by facility staff at any stage of the research project.

Instrumentation

 

  • Edinburgh Instruments, PTI and Analytik Jena
  • Spectrofluorimeters

 

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