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This platform gathers 3 main services at the forefront of technology:
- flow cytometry (analysis and cell sorting),
- video-microscopy in flux,
- confocal microscopy.

These facilities allow in vitro studies on a whole sample, performing a qualitative and quantitative study of a population within the sample and visualizing at the cellular level the interactions involved in various mechanisms.

FLOW CYTOMETRY

Flow cytometry allows the qualitative and quantitative analysis of cells, bacteria, organelles or particles under non-toxic high throughput conditions.
This technique allows the phenotyping of cells within a heterogeneous population by immunofluorescence. Various parameters such as size, granulosity and any components or functions that can be revealed by a fluorescent probe can be analyzed.
Flow cytometry also allows cell sorting according to cell physical or biological characteristics observed during the analysis.

Learn more about the flow cytometry service

THE FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY VIDEO

This tool allows to visualize different dynamic cellular phenomena (internalization, transmigration, rolling, adhesion, angiogenesis ...) and to carry out cell-cell or cell-particle interaction measurements under flow conditions close to the blood circulation.

Learn more about the fluorescence microscopy video service

CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY

Confocal microscopy allows to optimize the resolution of the images in fluorescence microscopy and to observe the intracellular elements in three dimensions. It realizes virtual optical slices in the observed object and records the optical signals emitted in each plane.

Learn more about the confocal microscopy service


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