Cell and Tissue Imaging Unit

Our imaging core facility provides the instruments to image biological processes from tissues to single cells and subcellular molecular kinetics with both conventional and high-throughput methods.

Laure Fauch

Postdoc-tutkija, Department of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Biomedical MRI

Magnetic resonance techniques have shown great success for non-invasive detection of structural, metabolic and functional abnormalities in progressive pathologies.

Plant biology

The research group studies function of plants in response to environmental and climate change by using ecophysiologial, molecular biological methods and metabolomics, and utilizes novel spectral imaging techniques for biological research.

Rilla group

The discovery of the role of extracellular vesicles (EV) as specific communicators between the cells and the extracellular matrix has changed our understanding on the human physiology. These tiny plasma membrane-derived particles are like fingerprints from the original cells. They carry a similar...