Radioactive isotopes are still an excellent and sensitive way to detect biological macromolecules either in vitro or in vivo. The radioactive isotope facility at the IMM offers to the resident research community a state of the art laboratory to perform experiments using 3H, 32P, 14C and 35S isotopes. Equipment includes bench top centrifugues, hybridization oven, water and dry thermostatic baths, plate scintillation counter, and electrophoresis systems all of them of exclusive use. The Radioactive Isotope Facility team also performs periodic specialized training sessions for the teaching of general and specific protocols in the use of radionuclides.
Head of Unit
Graduated in Biology - Animal Embriology by State University of Moscow, 1989. PhD in Biomedical Sciences by University of Porto, 1999.
Inês Domingues (Support)
Alexandra Maralhas (Lab Manager)
Inês Domingues (adomingues at fm.ul.pt)
Alexandra Maralhas (amaralhas at fm.ul.pt)
Internal phone extension: 47256; 47405