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The RI-MUHC is home to over 440 researchers, along with approximately 1,200 graduate students and postdoctoral and clinical research fellows.  
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The PiezoSleep monitoring system allows non-invasive recording of sleep/wake cycles in mice over prolonged periods of time, based on a piezoelectric sensor technology.
The Zeiss AxioScan slide scanner allows for the automatized digitalization of up to 100 microscope slides into high-quality virtual slides using up to five fluorescence channels.
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CatWalk XT is a comprehensive free-walking gait analysis system for quantitative assessment of up to 35 gait parameters, from footprint size to locomotion dynamics in rats and mice.
The PALM MicroBeam laser capture microdissection system is a powerful tool to perform cell-specific DNA, RNA and protein isolation from fixed or live cells.
The CM1950 Cryostat is well suited for generation of high-quality frozen tissue sections.
The Typhoon FLA 9500 is a robust and versatile laser scanner for autoradiography studies (using storage phosphor screens).
The BetaIMAGER is a unique solution for rapid, high-resolution, quantitative autoradiography. The sensitivity and resolution obtained with the ultra-low energy β-emitting isotope, tritium, is...
The In-Vivo Xtreme system combines high-sensitivity optical molecular imaging (bioluminescence and fluorescence) along with digital X-rays to deliver precise in vivo anatomical localization of...
The SPECT/CT scanner allows for functional and molecular imaging using gamma-emitting radiotracers. The CT subsystem of the SPECT/CT scanner generates high-resolution 3D X-ray images.
The PET/CT scanner allows for functional and molecular imaging using positron-emitting radiotracers. The CT subsystem of the PET/CT scanner generates high-resolution 3D X-ray images.