The Unit of Multiscale Immunoimaging comprises a wide range of microscopes for live or fixed samples, including in vivo optical imaging instruments for luminescence and fluorescence tomography. High-capacity network of digital workstations is also available for the processing and analysis of imaging data.
The staff is involved in a wide range of scientific collaborations to support users in their studies in different fields of research, such as Oncology, Immunology, Neuroscience and Cardiology. The staff is also focused to the development of new methodologies and techniques aimed at significantly enhance bioimaging research.
major objectives of the Unit
Set up, maintain and develop optical technology for basic and advanced research
Provide theoretical and practical training to introduce researchers to optical and advanced imaging applications
Perform independent and collaborative research for the development of advanced imaging-based technology.
among our technologies
Wide-field fluorescence microscopes
Super-Resolution (STED) mode
Single-Molecule Detection (SMD, FLIM/FCS) mode
Metal-tagged Imaging Mass Cytometry
We use high end technology of the latest industry standarts
Confocal Microscope FV1000
LEICA SP8 Confocal Microscope (Basic)
LEICA SP8 Confocal Microscope (Advanced)
LEICA SP5 Confocal Microscope
LEICA SP8 STED3X SMD/FCS Confocal Microscope
Widefield CellR live cell imaging
LEICA DMi8 Wide-Field Microscope (Live Cell imaging)
IVIS Lumina III
FMT2000 (Fluorescence Tomography system)
Tissue optical clearing system
Multiphoton Lavision Trimscope FLIM
Slide Scanner vs120 dotSlide
Hyperion™ Imaging System
Multiscale Immunoimaging Publications
Serum Amyloid P component is an essential element of resistance against Aspergillus fumigatus. Doni A, Parente R, Laface I, Magrini...