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  1. Glass Wash and Media Preparation

    The GlassWash and Media Preparation platform provides clean and sterilized labware such as glass, plastics and instruments to investigators and laboratories. This platform also prepares high quality tissue culture and bacteriological media required for standard research protocols.

    Our daily tasks includes:
    .Wash and dry labware
    .Sterilization by autoclaving or oven
    .Distribution and collecting of common labware
    .Provide lab coats
    .Preparation of commmonly used culture media and solutions specifically requested by researchers.
    .Help with protocols, procedures and preparations of solutions
    .Inform the users about good practices and biosafety rules.
    .Waste handling
    .How to use, store and dispose chemical and biological substances.
    .Help with laboratory equipment (maintenance, cleaning)

Latest Publications

  • Pardo-Vazquez JL, Castiñeiras-de Saa JR, Valente M, Damião I, Costa T, Vicente MI, Mendonça AG, Mainen ZF, Renart A (2019) The mechanistic foundation of Weber's law Nat. Neurosci. 22 (9)
  • Maia, A.; Oliveira, J.; Lajnef, M.; Mallet, L.; Tamouza, R.; Leboye, M.; Oliveira-Maia, A. J. (2019) Oxidative and nitrosative stress markers in obsessive-compulsive disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis Acta Psychiatr Scand
  • Brugada-Ramentol, Victoria; Clemens, Ivar; de Polavieja, Gonzalo G. (2019) Active control as evidence in favor of sense of ownership in the moving Virtual Hand Illusion
  • Rao-Ruiz, Priyanka; Couey, Jonathan J.; Marcelo, Ivo M.; Bouwkamp, Christian G.; Slump, Denise E.; Matos, Mariana R.; van der Loo, Rolinka J.; Martins, Gabriela J.; van den Hout, Mirjam; van IJcken, Wilfred F.; Costa, Rui M.; van den Oever, Michel C.; Kus (2019) Engram-specific transcriptome profiling of contextual memory consolidation Nat Commun
  • Huber, Elizabeth; Henriques, Rafael Neto; Owen, Julia P.; Rokem, Ariel; Yeatman, Jason D. (2019) Applying microstructural models to understand the role of white matter in cognitive development