The demand for quantifiable images and the quantification of bio-imaging data greatly increased in the last decade, from both the researchers’ side and from the side of the editors of most scientific journals.
MCF is providing resources to achieve the best image analysis practices, with both hardware and software solutions.
BMZ 2 (Geb. 12.):
HP 840, Dual Xeon processors with 64 GB RAM and K2200 GPU
- Leica Lightning processing station, Dual Xeon processors with 192 GB RAM and P4000 CUDA GPU
- Zeiss Analysis Workstation, HP 840, Dual Xeon processors with 64 GB RAM and K2200 GPU
- Leica Stellaris FALCON processing station
NER (Geb. 82.):
- Huygens, HP 840, Dual Xeon processors with 64 GB RAM and K2200 GPU
- Zeiss, HP 840, Dual Xeon processors with 64 GB RAM and K2200 GPU
|LAS X lite||free Leica image browser|
|LAS X Full||licensed Leica image processing|
|Zen Lite||free Zeiss image browser|
|Zen Full||licensed Zeiss image processing|
|Fiji (ImageJ)||free generalist image analysis|
|Cell Profiler and CPA||free high-content image analysis|
|Imaris 9.1.2 (2)||licensed 3/4D image analysis|
|AutoQuant||licensed deconvolution software|
|SymPhoTime 32/64||PicoQuant FLIM and FCS analysis|
These resources are free to use for the registered internal users of the core facility. Furthermore, we offer the development of image analysis pipelines as a service.
Booking of the workstations is handled the same way as for the instruments.