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Live Imaging System

Formerly known as the Live Cell Imaging platform


Live imaging is an important tool for studying the molecular and cellular functions of neuronal and non-neuronal cells and tissue. It has a broad range of applications, such as exploring disease mechanisms, assisting with clinical diagnosis and development of new treatments. This system gives MultiPark scientists an opportunity to study single molecule dynamics in high resolution or to track cell migration and cell differentiation long-term.

The system that MultiPark has under the Microscopy Platform is a Nikon Eclipse Ti equipped with a controllable enclosure. The microscope is fully motorized and can detect signal via an EMCCD camera or X-light V2 spinning disk confocal unit. This unit is suitable for imaging with fluorescence labeling, such as DAPI, CFP, GFP, YFP, mCherry and Cy5.

Using the system

The system is located in BMC A1024 and is booked via Outlook calendar. For more information, please contact Megg (megg [dot] garcia-ryde [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se) or Gunnar (gunnar [dot] gouras [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se).

Inverted microscope with a black enclosure and a computer screen to the left of the system.
The MultiPark Live Imaging System located in BMC A1024.

Contact for training/access

Girl smiling with head tilted slightly

Megg Garcia-Ryde
Research engineer
Email: megg [dot] garcia-ryde [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Office: BMC B1128b

Responsible PI

Gunnar Gouras
Email: gunnar [dot] gouras [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Office: BMC B1123c