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Comparative Medicine Biomedicum (KM-B)

Comparative Medicine Biomedicum is Comparative Medicine’s largest facility and dedicated to research on small rodents.

KM Biomedicum

KM-B opened in May 2018. It has seven wings and six special units and is directly through indoor walk-ways connected to both Biomedicum and Comparative Medicine's Annex (KM-A). 

About the facility

In total, KM-B holds more than 100 laboratories and 27 000 MCE slots.

On the top-floor there is a suite of climate units (+4, +18-24, +30o C) with complementary lab space and 3 BSL-3 units that can be rearranged into two units. One is dedicated for research with infectious microorganisms, one for DNA transfer with replication-defective viruses and one unit dedicated to transplantation of human biomaterials to animals.