LPPT UGM organizes and facilitates research activities for all UGM academics (lecturers, education staff, and students). Research held at LPPT UGM includes various analytical methods in the fields of:

  1. Materials and metabolomics
  2. In vitro
  3. In vivo
  4. Molecular Biology
  5. Immunological Techniques
  6. Study of herbal plants from Indonesia
  7. Histological analysis

In order to support the smooth running of research, LPPT has been equipped with various kinds of equipment such as:

A. Spectrometer Equipment

  • NMR Spectrometer
  • UV-VIS Spectrophotometer
  • Spectrofluorophotometer
  • ELISA Reader
  • FT-IR Spectrometer

B. Chromatography Equipment

  • GC
  • GC-MS
  • HPLC
  • TLC Scanner
  • LC-MS / MS
  • HR-MS
  • SAA

C. Elemental Analysis

  • ICPE
  • Mercury Analyzer

D. SEM and Microscope

  • SEM
  • XRF
  • XRD
  • Microscope

E. Thermal Analysis Equipment

  • DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) dan DTA (Differential Thermal Analyzer)
  • High Vacump Thermal Evaporation System
  • Surface Area and Pore Size

F. Hematology Equipment

  • Hematologi Analyzer

G. Calory Analysis

  • Bomb Calorimeter

H. Biomolecular Equipment

  • RT-PCR
  • PCR
  • DNA Sequencer
  • BSC (Biological Safety Cabinet)
  • NEXTSEQ 550 – Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)

I. Histology Equipment

  • Gemini as Multistainer
  • Coverslipper Clear Vue
  • Microtome
  • Tissue Embedding System
  • Leica TP1020 Tissue Processor

J. Equipment for Experimental Animals

  • IVC Air Handling Units
  • In Vivo Small Animal Imaging System for Near-Infrared Fluorescence and Bioluminescence
  • Bioseb’s Cold and Hot Plate CHP
  • CODA Non-Invasive Blood Pressure System

Complete equipment information can be downloaded at the following link

As for the flow of research registration at LPPT UGM are:

UGM academics who wish to carry out research at LPPT can read the full terms and research guidelines which can be downloaded here, while information related to research costs can be downloaded here.