The NCP provides the best technology coupled with a thoughtful experimental design and advanced data analysis approaches to the scientific community in Luxembourg.
The core facility offers a wide array of services, and it is open to national and international scientific collaborations. The National Cytometry Platform (NCP) provides access to single-cell technologies based on flow cytometry, microscopy, image cytometry, and mass cytometry.
Helios (135 channels for the simultaneous measurement of more than 40 cellular markers)
Flow Cytometry (conventional fluorescence based analyzers)
The facility also offers the possibility of analyzing data with known software (FlowJo, Cytobank, Infinicyt, and CellEngine) and assisting with statistical evaluation of data (Qluocore, GraphPad Prism).
The National Cytometry Platform provides training in cytometry and multidimensional data analysis to the scientific community in Luxembourg and the international community towards collaborations with different Institutes and Universities.
Within the Luxembourg Institute of Health, qualified professionals with various expertises are working together striving for excellence.
Their talent, their ability to collaborate and the complementarity of their skills are some of the key elements allowing us to create societal and economical value.
LIH researchers strive to generate meaningful and disease-relevant knowledge and results for patients. Their findings are regularly published in prestigious international peer-reviewed journals, thereby extending the reach and visibility of the institute’s impact.
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