Manager: Dr. Janos Kriston-Vizi
The Bioinformatics Image Core provides services for researchers
from various areas in cell biology and analysis of large data
sets from high-throughput screening experiments.
The Bioinformatics Image Core (BIONIC) facility supports:
Advanced microscopic technology is allowing imaging approaches to detect cellular dynamics with increasing spatial and temporal
resolution. New approaches are required to allow
effective analysis and quantitation of the data,
requiring individuals with advanced skills in image
analysis and computing.
The core facility has experience in image analysis, statistical methods for analyzing
large data sets and experience in automation processes. as well as a good
understanding of genomic technologies and the drug
discovery process. We have experience
in operation of PerkinElmer Opera high-content screening microscope. The core's activity is based on image analysis
softwares ImageJ and Acapella as well as the statistical
program R with Bioconductor packages such as CellHTS2. Furthermore, we have some experience in tissue culture
and basic laboratory techniques.
Tyan FT48-B8812 High Performance Barebone System
256 GB memory
4x 12-Core AMD® Opteron® 6174 CPUs (48 cores)
NVidia GeForce GTX 580
Acer GN245HQ 3D monitor with NVidia 3D Vision
Ultima 9550i Tyrannosaur MKIII
Intel Core i7 3770K 3.50GHz @ 4.60GHz 8-Core
DDR3 32GB Ivybridge
Nvidia GTX 680
Asus VG278H 3D monitor with NVidia 3D Vision 2
ImageJ/Fiji Cell Outliner plugin compiled files.
- Using the link at the bottom of the page download Cell_Outliner.txt and copy into Imagej/Fiji "Plugins" folder.
- Rename the file extension from .txt to .zip
- Uncompress the Cell_Outliner.zip file.
- Start Imagej/Fiji.