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Plateforme ANICAN Image
The imaging structure “AniCan Image” is located within the animal experimentation platform of CRCL and Centre Léon Bérard site. It is supported by PhenoCan “investissement d’avenir”. Financial management and maintenance are the responsibility of SFR Santé Lyon EST. Open to academic and industrial research, the aim is to propose high-tech imaging tools essential for basic and pre-clinical research on the mouse or rat. This platform takes advantage of the SPF conditions of the animal facility and several experimental laboratories to carry out all the studies requiring in vivo imaging and our devices. The imaging modalities available within the platform are X-ray scanning, fluorescence, ultrasound (photoacoustic) and bioluminescence. All of these imaging systems are complementary and non-invasive.
The platform provides the environment, equipments, expertise and personnel necessary for the technical and methodological support of any scientific projec
SFR Santé Lyon-Est et SFR Biosciences
Lab tutorship :
Lyon 1 ; INSERM ; CNRS ; CLB
28 rue Laënnec
Centre Léon Bérard, Cheney A' N1
69373 Lyon Cedex 08
CRCL28 Rue Laennec
04 72 68 19 30
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The Cancer Research Center of Lyon (CRCL, UMR Inserm 1052 CNRS 5286 - Centre Léon Bérard) is a research structure affiliated with the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, the national health and research bodies (Inserm and CNRS), the Léon Bérard Comprehensive Cancer Centre (CLB) and with the Lyon University Hospitals (HCL) as clinical partners. The CRCL was officially created in January 2011 and its 5-year contract was recently renewed for the 2016-2020 period. It comprises 24 teams, totalling over 480 members, including 138 researchers and lecturers. The CRCL aims at increasing its international visibility and the attractiveness of the Lyon cancer research cluster, at facilitating the transfer of knowledge from fundamental cancer research to clinical applications in oncology, and at developing teaching and training in oncology.
One of the main goals of the CRCL is to support the development of strong translatio