The APN Histopathology and Organ Pathology service helps researchers across Australia in whole organ and histological analysis of mouse models and mice at specific developmental stages. Staff providing the service have extensive histology, diagnostic and electronic imaging experience.
Pathology, including digital pathology.
The platform provides for electrophysiological investigation by sharp electrode and patch-clamp recordings. Imaging includes 3 confocal microscopes, laser microdissection, conventional multi-wavelength fluorescence and high resolution white light microscopy.
This shared resource – incorporating the AAHL Biosecurity Microscopy Facility (ABMF) – provides world-class infrastructure and related technology platforms for researchers conducting projects requiring a high biocontainment/biosecure environment.
The Victorian Brain Bank Network (VBBN) has the function of providing Australian and International researchers with easy access to clinically and neuropathologically well-characterised post-mortem human brains and related samples.
This NATA accredited facility offers immunohistochemistry, biomarker validation, flow cytometry, blood morphology, tissue microarrays, human pathology opinion, analysis of methylation and molecular pathology testing as well as standard haematological and biochemical laboratory services. Access by: Research collaboration. Fee for service.
A NATA-accredited Facility dedicated to the provision of superior diagnostic and research histological services to Departmental and external sources. Equipment is available to produce high quality microscopic sections of frozen and paraffin embedded material.