Proteomics

Karyotyping

Stem Cell Research

Structural Biology   

NMR Micro Imaging

Spectroscopy

HPLC

DNA Sequencing 

DNA Microarray

Flow Cytrometry

Tissue Culture

BSL3

Drosophila Lab

DNA Bank

Phosphor Imaging

Electron Microscope

Advanced Microscopy Imaging
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Bioinformatics

Instrumentation Hall

Animal House

ES Cell Culture


Zebrafish Lab

Horticulture

Plant Growth Chamber

Green House

Wet Labs

Cold Room
Advanced Microscopy Imaging Microscopy a key tool for research scientists has revolutionalized the understanding of cells/tissues, their sub cellular compartments, and helps to visualize the localization of the proteins/genes of interest and relate them to their proposed function. This facility at CCMB is equipped with latest and state-of-the-art Microscopes like, TIRF, APOTOME, Advanced Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope (CLSM) Systems, Multiphoton Confocal Microscope System and a Live Cell Confocal System for different applications in biology. 

 Confocal Laser scanning microscopy - This technique enables visualization deep within both living and fixed cells and tissues and affords the ability to collect sharply defined optical sections from which three-dimensional renderings can be created
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Multiphoton Confocal Microscope - has IR-laser that allows greater penetration with minimal photobleaching. Is used for localization of proteins and genes of interest, in relatively thicker specimens

Live Cell Laser Scan Confocal Microscopy System - maintains samples at temperatures ranging from ambient to 40C with CO2 supply and is used for scanning at high speed for observing fast and dynamic processes. 

APOTOME - works on structured illumination principle to get high quality images both in DIC
 and fluorescence. 

TIRF - Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy System - highly advanced and integrated modular system capable of observing specimens at the depth of 200nm with high resolution.

The facility also has Live cell-imaging system, Universal research microscope and Fluorescence Stereo Microscope with 3D system.