CEITEC provides access to 12 core facilities equipped with cutting-edge technologies in life, nanotechnologies and material sciences. High-end instrumentation, funded through national and European projects, accessible to internal and external users from academy and industry at national and international levels.
The CEITEC Nano Research Infrastructure provides complex equipment, expertise and methods for nanotechnology and advanced materials R&D.
Application of cryo-EM and cryo-ET, implementations of the required image processing capabilities, and explorations of suitable cryo-preparation techniques.
Determination of the 3-D structure of (macro) molecules down to atomic resolution and for small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) experiments.
Scanning probe microscopies for imaging of biological samples - tissue slices, cells, single biomolecules as nucleic acids and proteins. Studies of affinity interactions at the molecular level.
Core facility Genomics aims offers services and access to instruments for advanced genomic analyses including Next-Generation sequencing (NGS), NGS library preparation, qPCR, microarrays or flow cytometry.
Plant Sciences Core Facility provides access to the research infrastructure for basic plant growth, environmental simulation and phenotyping analyses.
Facility provides services covering all steps of proteomic analyses – protein isolation, separation, fractionation of protein or peptide mixtures, characterization of proteins and their modifications by mass spectrometry including basic data processing.
Biomolecular Interactions and Crystallization Core Facility provides access to a broad spectrum of instruments for characterization of biophysical properties of sample.
The laboratory provides modern imaging services, particularly in the area of neuroimaging and human brain mapping, as well as imaging of other parts of human body.
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.
Analysis of Next Generation Sequencing data and the development of infrastructure (pipelines, web-servers) that facilitate this analysis.
Provides access to NMR spectrometers in the range of proton frequencies from 500 MHz to 950 MHz. The equipment is suited mainly to the studies of structure, dynamics and interactions of biomolecules, i.e. proteins, nucleic acids and carbohydrates