Center for Live Imaging of Cells at Karolinska Institutet (CLICK)
The Center for Live Imaging of Cells at Karolinska Institutet (CLICK) is an advanced light microscopy facility equipped with confocal, 2-photon and fluorescence microscopes.
CLICK has the ambition to provide access to state-of-the-art microscopy equipment and all training and assistance required for basic observations of living cells to long-term time-lapse recordings of whole animals.
In addition, CLICK also provides access to software for data visualization, analysis and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets.
Deep tissue imaging
- Zeiss LSM510 confocal/two-photon with Meta detector for spectral imaging
- Custom built Light Sheet (COLM) system
with motorized stage for tiling:
- Zeiss LSM800
- Zeiss LSM800 w Airy scan
- Zeiss LSM700
with manual stage:
- Olympus FV1000 CLSM
- Zeiss upright widefield
- Zeiss inverted widefield
Live Cell timelapse (temperature & CO2-control)
- Zeiss Cell Observer
- Chip-Man Technologies Cell-IQ
- PerkinElmer Operetta HCS
Image processing & analysis workstations
- Image-Pro Plus 3D, version 7.0
- AutoQuant X3-CWF
- Zen 2010
- Cell Analyzer
Regular widefield fluorescence
- Zeiss Axioplan 2
- Olympus IX73
If you are a researcher within KI and want to use our facility, you can request a PPMS account, and apply for a microscop training.
If you're not with KI you are welcome to e-mail us at email@example.com and we are happy to help you with your request!
The CLICK Facility is situated in room A2-121 in the Retzius Laboratory at Karolinska Institutet.
The address is Division of Molecular NeuroBiology at MBB, Scheeles väg 1, 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden.
Rules of use
3D microscopy gives more accurate cancer diagnosis
A novel microscopy technique to examine tumour tissue in three dimensions can more accurately diagnose cancer than current two-dimensional methods, according to a study conducted at Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital and published in Nature Biomedical...