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Identification
Hosting Legal Entity
Self-standing RI
Legal Status
Association
Location
c/ Dr. Aiguader, 88, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, PO: 08003, Barcelona (Spain)
Structure
Type Of RI
Single-sited
Coordinating Country
Spain
Status
Status
Current Status:
Operational since 2007
Scientific Description
ALMU is a core facility for advanced light microscopy in the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) that in addition to its service for internal users from the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park offers access to national and international external users.It provides access to the full range of advanced imaging methods in the field, including super-resolution methods.ALMU is part of the CRG core facility program.

RI Keywords
Advanced microscopy, Super-resolution microscopy, Confocal and Functional Microscopy
Classifications
RI Category
Biomedical Imaging Facilities
Scientific Domain
Biological and Medical Sciences
Services
Instrument training
Image processing
Instrument access
Equipment
Olympus Macrozoom MVX 10
Leica SP5 inverted (Multiphoton) with TCSPC

Leica confocal microscope with galvo and resonant scanner, SpectraPhysics MaiTai DeepSee multiphoton laser, TCSPC platform for FLIM and FCS

Image processing workstation 2

Huygens

Leica SP8 confocal microscope
Andor Dragonfly 500 Spinning Disk microscope
Leica SP5 STED CW
Andor Revolution XD Spinning Disk microscope
Molecular Devices ImageXpress Micro
Leica TCS SPE
Leica SP8 STED3X
Zeiss Cell Observer HS
Leica SP5 upright CFS (Multiphoton)

Fixed stage confocal with Spectraphysics MaiTai DeepSee multiphoton laser and non-descanned HyD detectors

Leica GSDIM super-resolution microscope
Image Processing Workstation 1

Imaris

Nikon N-STORM super-resolution microscope
Access
Access Type
Physical
Access Mode
Wide
Users
Users Definition
Individuals
Type of Users
Academic - 98.0%
Industry/private companies - 2.0%
Date of last update: 15/04/2019
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