Obtaining confocal microscopy images from fixed samples (Multiple label images, multipoint colocalization experiments (X, Y, Z), FRAP)
Confocal microscopy in vivo
Study of in vivo samples (cell cultures with fluorescent markers) during a time sequence using a cell incubation system with temperature, humidity and gas control and a perfusion system.
Conventional and Epifluorescence Microscopy
Acquisition of images with transmitted light (classic, immunohistochemical stains) and from immunofluorescence using the digital image set with a camera for photography. Large images formed are obtained by several individual fields for the study of areas of interest ("Stitching").
Image treatment and analysis
Technical advice when processing, quantifying and analyzing information from the images obtained. There is an "off-line" workstation with specific software dedicated exclusively to image analysis