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Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry,
Polish Academy of Sciences
Z. Noskowskiego 12/14
61-704 Poznań
tel centrala: (+48) 61 852 85 03
fax: (+48) 61 852 05 32

Sekretariat Dyrektora, tel: 61 852 89 19


Laboratory of Cell and Tissue Culture 

Dr. Paweł M. Stróżycki

Head of Laboratory
ext. 1154

Dr. Mariola Piślewska-Bednarek

starszy specjalista biolog

Hanna Glapiak


Magdalena Puszczyk


Łukasz Ciecierski


Technical Staff:

  • Brak publikacji.


Selected publications

Brak projektów.


Research activity

  • laminar flow cabinets (Holten, Alpina)

  • incubators with controlled carbon dioxide atmosphere (Memmert)

  • incubators with controlled oxygen concentration atmosphere (Thermo Scientific)

  • ultra-, preparative-, mini- and table-centrifuges (Beckman/Eppendorf)

  • rotary incubators (New Brunschwick, Innowa)

  • cooled incubators (Binder)

  • water baths

  • sample storage tanks with liquid nitrogen atmosphere

  • biolistic particle delivery system (BioRad PDS-1000/He)

  • microinjector Nanoject III (Drummond).

  • controlled environment tissue culture rooms, plant growth chambers (Persival) and computer controlled phytotron cluster

  • microscopic equipment fitted with specialized analysis and documentation software

    • inverted microscopes (Leica DM IL LED with fluorescence and CoolLED illumination system, Leica DM500)

    • stereoscopic microscopes (Leica M205 FA, Nikon SMZ1270, Nikon SMZ800N, Nikon SMZ-10, Motic SMZ-171)

  • macro-photography system


  • The Laboratory is a platform that provides specialized equipment and conditions (sterility, controlled temperature, humidity etc.) for conducting (highly complex) experiments in the scope of a broadly defined area of molecular biology with the use of cultures of cell lines and tissues.

  • The Laboratory’s infrastructure and equipment ensures safe work (requirements of the BSL2 biosafety regulations) with animal as well as plant origin material. Self-contained areas for experiments involving virus and planaria type material are also available. All laboratory premises and equipment are subject to restrictive sterility rules (UV sterilization, ozonation), and waste collecting (Vacusafe-Integra) security systems.

  • In the Laboratory, once a special permit is obtained, work with transgenic material is also allowed.

  • The character of the Laboratory allows performing full-cycle experiments, from the propagation of the biological material through putting it to use in experiments, up to obtaining material for further analyses outside the CTCL block.

  • The CTCL provides services (for a fee) which include realization of external projects and services within the scope of experimental biology.



  • molecular biology,
  • tissue cultures,
  • cell cultures,
  • model systems,
  • Arabidopsis thaliana,
  • Medicago truncatula,
  • stem cells,
  • influenza virus,
  • planaria,
  • transfection,
  • transformation,
  • micro-bombardment,
  • micro-injection


Research Projects