- Any formal presentations or publications resulting from work performed in the CU should be acknowledged. Some instruments have been purchased from grants or other sources which also deserve acknowledgment.
- We encourage all users to acknowledge the facility on any papers that were generated with the help of instrumentation at the core unit.
- Co-authorship should be credited to members of staff who have significantly contributed to the published data. For example, designing/setting-up, testing a staining panel and helping with in-depth analysis of the data. This constitutes scientific collaboration.