CF: Cellular Imaging Core Facility


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Head of Core Facility

Milan Ešner, Ph.D. Milan Ešner, Ph.D. Head of Core Facility
Phone: +420 54949 6133

Changes due to SARS-CoV-2 propagation !!!

Dear CELLIM users,

Due to continuing Coronavirus outbreak we have to limit our services to minimum and we are adopting following rules with immediate effect:

  • CELLIM facility is open only to internal users (CEITEC and Masaryk university).

  • All trainings and personal assistances are suspended.

  • Users have to wear protective gloves and face mask, or scarf to cover mouth and nose. We recommend wearing glasses.

During this period, we do not accept new users. These rules are valid until retraction. Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe,

Yours CELLIM staff


Main Activity                                        


Core Facility Cellular Imaging (CELLIM) provides services in the area of light microscopy and offers comprehensive expertize related to sample preparation, image acquisition and data analysis. We also provide access to widefield and confocal microscopes and individual training of users in operation of microscopes, image acquisition and data analysis.

Unique Features

Microscopy and image analysis are fundamental tools of modern cellular and molecular biology and our goal is to provide not only access to the newest equipment and software but also to assist researchers with designing and executing experiments, sample preparation and data acquisition and analysis.
Services and Methodologies Provided
• Access to widefield and confocal microscopes
• Access to image analysis tools
• Project design and assistance in planning of experiments
• Training of users in sample preparation, image acquisition and data analysis
• Data acquisition and image analysis provided by CF staff

The Core Facility is part of European Research Infrastructure Consortium EuroBioImaging ERIC under the CzechBioImaging research infrastructure funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic.