Core Facilities

There are currently six microscopes available for researchers to be trained on and use.

Transmission electron microscopy provides a very significant increase in resolution over conventional light microscopy, but should be considered a complementary technique to other microscopies.

Cell Sorting is an advanced key technology in Flow Cytometry and a fundamental tool in medical research, which allows rapid analysis and accurate collection of specific cell populations at extremely high speed, high purity and high viability for further research or clinical purposes.

Genomics involves functional and structural characterization of genes (DNA) and their products (RNA) to determine genetic factors that play a role in disease.

Biomedical Proteomics at Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is a collaborative research resource that combines applied proteomics with the development of Mass Spectrometry (MS)-based qualitative and quantitative methods for protein identification and characterisation.

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