The Cell Imaging Core provides state-of-the-art light microscopy
instrumentation and flow cytometry services.
Further information coming soon!
Prof. Michael Courtney "High-content imaging from the multimodal imaging centre"
The CIC acquired Imaris with AutoQuant, a heavy-duty software package for image analysis and deconvolution.
CIC instruments have been used in approximately 40 peer review publications/year. Check.
Komulainen E, Zdrojewska J, Freemantle E, Mohammad H, Kulesskaya N, Deshpande P, Marchisella F, Mysore R, Hollos P, Michelsen KA, Mågard M, Rauvala H, James P, Coffey ET. JNK1 controls dendritic field size in L2/3 and L5 of the motor cortex, constrains soma size, and influences fine motor coordination. Front Cell Neurosci. 2014 Sep 12;8:272. [PubMed]
Alpay K, Farshchian M, Tuomela J, Sandholm J, Aittokallio K, Siljamäki E, Kallio M, Kähäri VM, Hietanen S. Inhibition of c-Abl Kinase Activity Renders Cancer Cells Highly Sensitive to Mitoxantrone. PLoS One. 2014 Aug 22;9(8):e105526. PubMed
Kyläniemi MK, Kaukonen R, Myllyviita J, Rasool O, Lahesmaa R. The regulation and role of c-FLIP in human Th cell differentiation. PLoS One. 2014 Jul 14;9(7):e102022. PubMed
The Cell Imaging Core (CIC) is a centralized facility where end users receive the support needed to carry out conventional and advanced imaging techniques. The unit has combined resources to provide state-of-the-art equipment that is open to all researchers. CIC is part of the Biocenter Finland Infrastructure Network on Biological Imaging. We cooperate with Turku Bioimaging and EuroBioImaging to improve the accessibility of imaging technologies among the bioscience community internationally.
The primary goal of the unit is to enhance the research and teaching environment of BioCity Turku.
To meet these goals, the unit
Please acknowledge Biocenter Finland and the services of the Cell Imaging Core used in support of your research publications.