BioImaging Core - Ghent platform


Recently Electron Microscopy (EM) has gone from 2D to 3D capabilities. At the Gent unit, we will elaborate on the technological advancements to develop 3D Correlative Light Electron Microscopy (CLEM). This unique technology that bridges the gap between EM and Light Microscopy (LM) will be
a real game changer for cell biology research.

In addition to CLEM, the unit is at the forefront of advanced imaging techniques with a high resolution confocal microscope and two scanning electron microscopes, equipped for serial block face imaging. In addition, there is a computing center and a wet lab for specimen preparation.

Contact Ghent
Saskia Lippens
BioImaging Core 
UGent-VIB Research Building FSVM
Technologiepark 927 
9052 Gent
Belgium
Tel.: +32 9 331 35 70 
Fax: +32 9 331 36 09
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Team members

BioImaging Core website

Mus musculus
Mucus produced by intestinal goblet cells prevents bacterial adhesion in the colon.
© Lars Vereecke, Geert Van Loo and Rudi Beyaert, 2012