A National Research Infrastructure for Biological Imaging


Head of Node: Ludovic Jullien

The Paris-Centre node gathers biological imaging resources in the center of Paris, associating 5 imaging facilities and 8 R&D teams. The node Paris-Centre has the objective to make new developments and implementations of state of the art imaging systems, chemical probes and image processing for single molecules localization, dynamics and interactions in live cells, tissues and organisms and to perform cell functional analysis by using opto-manipulation. Paris Centre node was deeply involved in the “proof of concept” study led by the EurobioImaging ESFRI project.

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