The Bioimaging Center provides light microscopy and electron microscopy technologies, as well as Image analysis software.

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    Courtesy of Denis Basquin, Dpt. of Genetics & Evolution

  • Courtesy of Denis Basquin, Dpt. of Genetics & Evolution

  • Courtesy of Denis Basquin, Dpt. of Genetics & Evolution

  • Courtesy of Denis Basquin, Dpt. of Genetics & Evolution

  • Courtesy of Denis Basquin, Dpt. of Genetics & Evolution

Light Microscopy
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Point-scan confocal microscopes
confocal laser scanning microscopes (CLSM)
➟ view microscopes
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Widefield microscopes
Fluorescence microscopes with simultaneous illumination of the whole sample
➟ view microscopes
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Fast Imaging / Spinning Disc
spinning disc confocal microscope
➟ view microscopes
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Bioluminescence
Live cell bioluminescence microscope
➟ view microscopes
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Live cell imaging
➟ view microscopes
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Super-resolution/STED
Super-resolution confocal microscopes
➟ view microscopes
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Deep imaging/Two-photon
➟ view microscopes

Electron Microscopy
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Transmission electron microscopy
Electrons are transmitted through an ultra-thin specimen, interacting with it and forming an image onto an imaging device
➟ view microscopes & machines
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Scanning electron microscopy
Images are produced by scanning the sample with a focused beam of electrons. They interact with atoms in the sample, producing various signals that contain information about the sample's surface topography
➟ view microscopes & machines

Image Analysis
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AutoQuant X3
Deconvolution package
➟ view software
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Huygens
Deconvolution package
➟ view software
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Imaris®
3D data rendering and analysis package
➟ view software
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ImageJ
free image processing and analysis software using Java language
➟ view software