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  • Biomedical Polymers Laboratory
    The laboratory specializes in the following fields: Biodegradable polymers: Design, synthesis and development of new biodegradable...
  • Clinical Hematology Lab
    Diagnoses of hematologic diseases affecting the cellular components of blood and the coagulation system. Research in the areas of anticoagulant...
  • Clinical Immunology Lab
    Diagnosis of infectious and immunological diseases with the use of serologic methods. Diagnosis of hematological diseases with the...
  • Clinical Microbiology Lab
    Clinical diagnostic service for diagnosis of infectious diseases and antimicrobial chemotherapy. Research in the area of development...
  • Colloid and Interface Science
    Service provided The lab is active in industrial formulations and in performing measurements required for developing products...
  • Composite Materials and Polymers Laboratory
    Service provided Research and development projects related to the above, encompassing Microstructure-property relation Morphology...
  • Cytogenetic Laboratory
    The cytogenetic laboratory applies modern techniques for a better delineation of chromosomal aberrations by in situ hybridization....
  • Drug Delivery System Laboratory
    The laboratory is active in the field of advanced drug delivery systems and formulations of biological active agents. We have expertise...
  • Electrochemistry Laboratory
    Services provided: SECM application for driving chemical and electrochemical reactions locally on surfaces; interactions of metal...
  • Electron Microprobe Laboratory
    The Electron Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA) is a major tool for qualitative and quantitative compositional analyses of samples. These analyses...
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