The Sequencing Platform is intended to strengthen research activities and public health response related to genomic sequencing within the institute and regional collaborators.

It has a crosscutting role that supports the research units and testing laboratories of IPC with various materials, including documents such as standard operating procedures (SOPs), and software to monitor the samples

This platform allows researchers to investigate complex pathogen–host interactions at single-cell level directly on site in a low/middle income country. The availability of this equipment and of patient cohorts in the same location allows us to advance our basic research on infectious diseases in Cambodia, which is of major importance.

Automated Screening Platforms in BSL2+ (Opera Phenix Plus, Operetta CLS, Ensight, Envision) / BSL3 (Operetta CLS, Nivo) to support the drug discovery pipeline and therapeutics. Any assay model (phenotypic, target, 3D) can be run against our libraries for drug repositioning, new chemical entities, target ID, and MOA assessment.
Advanced Liquid Handlers to support any process including Echo Acoustic Dispenser, Biomek, and Janus.

Our objective is to create customized, cost-effective tool and instrument utilizing readily available technology to address scientific needs. Once you reach out to us, we will arrange a teleconference meeting to delve into the project. Subsequently, we will engage in an iterative interaction, progressing from the initial design concept to the actual creation of the tool or instrument. This comprehensive approach may span several months to ensure a successful and satisfying outcome

Our platform facilitates the exploration of protein-protein interactions (PPI) within living cells, utilizing a diverse range of high-throughput methods. We harness the power of the Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer (BRET) technique for the precise quantification of proteins of interest, including, for example, pathogen/host protein pairs. What distinguishes our method is its capability to continuously monitor these interactions in real time within living cells for extended durations. This versatile approach supports a wide array of applications, including PPI validation, time-lapse PPI cell quantification, assessment of affinity in mutant PPI pairs, PPI competition studies, and screening for PPI modulators in drug discovery.

The production and research complex of Pasteur Institute of Iran was founded in 1988 on the Tehran Karaj Highway. It was established to meet the increasing population demand for products such as various solutions and vaccines and providing requirements for research like different laboratory animals

MALDI-ToF is a mass spectrometry technique used routinely for rapid identification of bacterial strains.

It can also be used to generate reference spectrum databases of bacteria, fungi, mosquitoes and other vectors.

The luminex is a device for multiplexing proteomic or genomic analyses. Applications: ELISA assays, sequence detection, gene expression, etc.

The ChemiDoc MP is an imaging detection instrument for the analysis of electrophoresis gels and Western blots. Applications include chemiluminescence, fluorescence, and colorimetry/densitometry.