We provide imaging services for a variety of 2D model systems. These services include a broad portfolio of assays, live and fixed cell imaging on slides coverslips, dishes and multi-well plates, epifluorescence or confocal imaging modalities, and intelligent image acquisition and AI-supported analysis. Our broad portfolio of assays captures our strength, and are highly customizable to client-specific needs.
We provide imaging services for a variety of 3D model systems. These services include a broad portfolio of assays, live and fixed cell imaging, time-lapse imaging, whole organism imaging, epifluorescence or confocal imaging modalities, intelligent image acquisition, and AI-supported analysis. Our broad portfolio of assays captures our strength, and are highly customizable to client-specific needs.
We provide whole slide imaging services, brightfield or fluorescence, of fixed specimens for histology, pathology, gene expression, and spatial biology studies.
We provide whole slide imaging services of tissue microarrays (TMAs) followed by digital image analysis in order to localize, evaluate, and enumerate biomarker expression in patient cohorts.
This versatile service module provides customized bioimaging services for the purposes of studying cellular health and activity in 2D or 3D cultures. Possible experiments range from basic live/dead assays to organelle characterization in 3D spheroids.
Single molecule fluorescence in situ hybridization (smFISH), known for its ability to quantify individual RNA molecules, is widely used to characterize spatio-temporal patterns of gene expression in single cells. At NBIL we harness this technique to provide RNA quantification services for research applications such as gene expression analysis in response to drug candidates, spatial biology studies, and more.
Organ-on-chip models enable the study of multicellular and tissue-level behavior in cells cultured on a scaffold that promotes organ-like conditions and morphology. These platforms are useful for providing a more physiological context to basic research and drug discovery experiments.
We collaborate with manufacturers such as Nortis, TissUse, and Mimetas. Customer-provided devices are welcome.
Image processing has a wide variety of uses and is an integral of most microscopy experiments, from clarifying low-signal images to preparing images for robust segmentation and quantification. Custom analysis workflows are used for applications from gathering single-cell statistics to training AI networks for detection of customer-defined features.