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Centre for Cellular Imaging


Since 2003, the Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI) has offered services in advanced light microscopy. The facility focuses on the imaging of biological events at the cellular/molecular level of fixed or living cells or tissue and is open to all researches. We offer training in using the microscopes and give advice on specimen preparation. In addition, we teach undergraduate and graduate students in cellular imaging.

At CCI you can image multi-colour fluorescent specimens, make 3D images, time-lapse experiments with living specimens, measure molecular mobility and interactions, make correlative LM/EM imaging, carry out super-resolution structured illumination (SIM) and single-molecule localization (PALM/dSTORM) microscopy, perform high-content screening (HCS) microscopy and much more. We also offer the laser microdissection and pressure catapulting (LMD/LMPC) technology for non-contact sample handling using medical and biological materials for RNA or DNA recovery, protein analysis and also for cloning/live cell culture purposes.



  • Image analysis course

    [12 Apr 2017] The CCI will for the first time offer an PhD course in Image Analysis.

  • Light sheet demo

    [13 Mar 2017] The CCI together with Zeiss will organize a seminar about the Lightsheet Z.1 system followed up with a workshop on the 5-6th of April.

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Contact Information

Centre for Cellular Imaging

See "Contact - The CCI People",

CCI is a National imaging facility

CCI is part of the National Microscopy Infrastructure (NMI) as one of four participating universities in Sweden. As a researcher you can apply for getting access to advanced microscopy technology and expertise.


Euro-BioImaging Proof-of-Concept site

CCI is a Euro-BioImaging Proof-of-Concept site.

Visitors and delivery

Visiting address
Medicinaregatan 7A
413 90 Gothenburg

Delivery address
Medicinaregatan 1G
413 90 Gothenburg

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Page Manager: CCI web manager|Last update: 5/3/2016

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