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Superresolution imaging of neurodegeneration - Video

last modified Mar 02, 2015 02:44 PM

Recent advances in optical microscopy permit researchers to investigate the molecular processes that lead to diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Disease in much greater detail than has been possible only a few years ago. 

Research conducted in this department, marries molecular biotechnology techniques with research on novel imaging technologies and this has led to pioneering discoveries in the field of Alzheimer's and other diseases.

Here Prof. Clemens Kaminski speaks on how superresolution methods developed in this department can be used in the study of  Alzheimer's Disease. 

More details on optical superresolution activities in the University are also available from a recent article:

Contact Details:
Dr. Gabi Kaminski Schierle (Molecular Biology of Neurodegeneration)
Prof. Clemens Kaminski (Superresolution Microscopy)