Cellular & Molecular Imaging Core Facility (CMIC)
We offer the combination of instruments and competence that you need to image biological processes from tissue level (histological studies) down to single cell-level and even on an ultrastructural level resolving single proteins. Our services include immunohistochemistry, imaging of fixed tissue or cells and live cells and processing and analysis of these images.
We have highly competent scientific and technical staff and we offer advanced microscopy facilities located at the Medical Faculty, NTNU. We are supported by NTNU and St.Olavs Hospital.
CMIC is a collaboration between three different laboratories:
Publications from CMIC and CMIC users from 2010-2013 (pdf).
Seminar: imaging in cell biology: from single proteins to whole organisms
I would like to invite you to a talk about different strategies for imaging in cell biology: from single proteins to whole organisms. The talk will be a summary of the highlights from the course Current Methods in Cell Biology that I attended at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg.
Similar events can be found at: http://www.embo.org/events/practical-courses
Time: Friday the 1st of November, 10:00-11:00
Place: Room AHM31 at AHL, St. Olavs Hospital.
I hope to give you a short overview of some of the ongoing research and techniques used at the Cell Biology and Physics Unit at EMBL. Key words are live imaging, super-resolution microscopy, nano surgery and particle tracking. After the talk we will have some time for discussion.
Signe E. Åsberg