About CELIFE

About CELIFE

Center for Life Sciences Research (CELIFE) was established in 2006 upon merging Center for Molecular Biology and Cell Technology (established in 2001) and Center for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development (established in 2003). CELIFE has the following functions and tasks: – Research and application development in the field of Molecular Biology and Cell Technology. – Conducting...

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Laboratories

Laboratories

(https://bio.hus.vnu.edu.vn/phong-thi-nghiem-nuoi-cay-te-bao-thuc-vat-plant-cell-cult-lab/) Location: Room 309, building T2 Main fuction: Conduct and support staff/research groups in CELIFE and Faculty of Biology to carry out the following research activities: + In vitro plant culture + Callus culture + Plant cell suspension culture + Plant artificial nuclear testing + Biologically active substances from plants + Preservation of plant samples/genes...

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(https://bio.hus.vnu.edu.vn/phong-nuoi-cay-mo-te-bao-dong-vat-animal-cell-culture-lab/) Location: Room 310, building T2 Main function: Conduct and support staff/research groups in CELIFE and Faculty of Biology to carry out the following research activities: + Tissue culture and animal cell culture for research + Stem cell culture and differentiation + Evaluation of biological activities of chemicals and pharmaceuticals on stem cells/cells +  Evaluation...

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(https://bio.hus.vnu.edu.vn/phong-thi-nghiem-nghien-cuu-sinh-hoc-phan-tu-te-bao-%e2%80%8emcb-lab/) Location: Room 311, building T2 Main function: research laboratory Research: + Analysis of genome, transcription system, protein system + Recombinant protein technology: production of new generation enzymes, recombinant proteins. + Research to detect natural compounds with biological activity and specific protein inhibitory mechanisms. + Screening, analyzing the molecular mechanism of action of pharmaceutical substances...

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(https://bio.hus.vnu.edu.vn/nghien-cuu-sinh-thai-hoc-va-da-dang-sinh-hoc-ung-pho-bien-doi-khi-hau-o-viet-nam/) Location: Room 107, building T2 Main function: research laboratory Research: + Monitoring aquatic ecosystems by indicator organisms and hydro-physico-chemical parameters. + Research on the effects and impacts of heavy metal pollution and harmful pollutants on the health of some species of organisms at the cellular and molecular level. + Exploitation and sustainable use of...

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(https://bio.hus.vnu.edu.vn/phong-thi-nghiem-ncpt-cac-cong-nghe-sinh-dien-hoa-hoc-phuc-vu-tang-truong-xanh-green-lab/) Location: Room 105 and 106, building T2 Main function: research laboratory Research areas: + Microbiological and bioelectrochemical technologies for green growth (clean technologies, environmentally friendly biotechnologies, biotechnologies for organic production and sustainable development…). + Applications of microorganisms in environmental treatment and energy regeneration (including biofuel production). + Microbial diversity and ecology in nature and...

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Research infrastructure

Research infrastructure

Name Number Model/Brand Location 1 HPLC system 1 Alliance e2695, Waters P210-T2 2 Solvent filtering machine 1 WAT200543 P210-T2 3 20-well solid phase extraction machine 1 WAT200677 P210-T2 4 Automatic burette (50mL) 1 Titronic 300 P210-T2 5 Ultrasonic cleaning tank 1 S100H-Elmasonic P210-T2 6 GC system 1 7890B (Agilent) P210-T2 7 Compressor 1 4772510-Jun air...

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Cooperation

Cooperation

Center for Life Science Reseach (CELIFE) has long-standing cooperative relationships with many domestic and foreign partners. Since the 2000s, CELIFE has cooperated with domestic institutions in training, especially in creating conditions for students, masters students, and postgraduates to participate in research in CELIFE laboratories. This is to improve the quality of training and at the...

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