WORLDWIDE SCIENCE COMMUNITY
The main goal of our research activities is to understand the factors and mechanisms behind complex phenomena and processes. To achieve this goal, the Research Laboratory uses advanced technologies and methods for testing scientific hypotheses. Our activity receives financial support from the state and a number of funds.
SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
In an effort to better understand the world around us, we recently tried out a new methodology to study the organization of our experimental model and the functioning of each part of it. Currently, we would like to expand the scope of the study by collaborating with other laboratories that have the necessary tools and experience to further work on this project.
Until now, we have a very limited understanding of many aspects of the life of our planet. Finding answers to questions of interest to us is important for understanding the mechanics of other processes, as well as for developing the tools necessary for further, deeper study of the problem and careful data collection.
Based on the research performed by one of the former laboratory staff, we have developed an effective tool for the identification and classification of processes in the system we modeled. The main advantage of this tool is increased sensitivity, which during the experiments allows you to capture even the slightest dynamics.
The most important stage of bacteriological research is identification - the determination of the species or type of bacteria belonging, obtained in the form of a pure culture. When bacteria are identified, their physiological and biochemical properties and toxin formation are studied. Serological methods for identifying bacteria (agglutination and precipitation reactions) are widely used. In many cases, a biological method for the identification of microorganisms, based on the infection of laboratory animals with a test material or a culture of bacteria and the detection of characteristic pathological changes in animals, is effective.
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