Core-facilities

Core facilities are service units with special equipment and special competences. They offer services to researchers at Aarhus University, but also to researchers from other universities, hospitals etc. The core facilities are specialised within their respective areas, so that they can improve quality and efficiency. Core facilities are service units with special equipment and special competences. They offer services to researchers at Aarhus University, but also to researchers from other universities, hospitals etc. The core facilities are specialised within their respective areas, so that they can improve quality and efficiency.

The animal facilities have experience of breeding high-quality laboratory animals, as well as carrying out animal experiments. The animal facilities are open to external research groups and companies that wish to carry out laboratory animal breeding and biomedical research.Animal facilities at The Department of Biomedicine The animal facilities have experience of breeding high-quality laboratory animals, as well as carrying out animal experiments. The animal facilities are open to external research groups and companies that wish to carry out laboratory animal breeding and biomedical research.

The FACS core facility is equipped with three cell sorting instruments: Two FACSAria IIIs and one MoFlo Astrios. In addition, the FACS core facility also has two analysers at its disposal; a LSRFortessa with 4 lasers as well as a NovoCyte with 3 lasers. Furthermore, facility users have access to a combined microscope and flow cytometer – an ImageStream. The FACS core facility provides services to all research groups at Aarhus University. Researchers from other universities and from business and industry are also welcome.