Beatson Advanced Imaging Resource (BAIR)

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The Beatson Advanced Imaging Resource provides a full range of support from basic imaging to the development of advanced applications.

We specialise in live cell imaging and mouse in vivo imaging, using a variety of techniques including photo-activation and photo-bleaching, FLIM and FRET.

icon BAIR Report

Access

  • Priority given to Beatson users, followed by University of Glasgow
  • Outside access primarily on a collaborative basis

Expertise

  • Live cell imaging, including time and frequency domain FLIM, TIRF, photo-activation, photo-bleaching and photo-conversion
  • Mouse in vivo imaging, including collagen SHG and use of photo-activation and photo-bleaching, FLIM and FRET

Group members

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Ewan McGhee
Margaret O'Prey
David Strachan

Confocal Microscopy

Olympus FV1000 (x2)
Nikon A1R
Leica TCS SP2
Zeiss LSM 710
 
Zeiss 880 with Airyscan

 

           

Live Cell

Custom TIRF
Olympus / Volocity deconvolution system
Micro-injection
Medium Throughput Long Term Time Lapse (x4)
Incucyte FLR
2 Incucyte Zooms
 

FLIM

2 LaVision Bio-Tec TRIM scopes
Lambert Instruments custom Spinning Disk
Lambert Instruments custom TIRF
 

Other

Leica AF6000 micro-dissection
Upright stands for histology and immunofluorescence (x4)
Off-line image analysis (x8)

 

For more details go to the BAIR website

Research

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Read more about the Research Groups working at the Beatson Institute.

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Seminars

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Find out more about our seminars including our Distinguished Seminar Programme.

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