The High-Content Screening Division of the Network Biology Collaborative Centre provides access to cutting-edge imaging equipment.

Microscopes installed at the facility allow users to perform high-speed imaging of multi-well plates at either low or high resolution.

Selected set-ups are equipped with heated CO2-supplied chambers, enabling non-invasive live imaging over time.

High-Content Screening works in tandem with the High-Throughput Screening and High Spatio-temporal Resolution Imaging Divisions enabling seamless integration from initial screens to detailed secondary assays.

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  • July 8 2016 - 4 publications added to list

  • Recent Publication: NBCC makes a fundamental contribution to "A Dynamic Protein Interaction Landscape of the Human Centrosome-Cilium Interface", Gupta et al., Cell

    December 3 2015