Quantitative single molecule imaging in living cells and animals

Speaker: Christof Gebhardt Department: Institute of Biophysics, Universität Ulm Subject: Quantitative single molecule imaging in living cells and animals Location: Bionanoscience Department, TU Delft Date: 07-04-2017 Author: Mirte Golverdingen Life is an interplay of inanimate biomolecules, Christof Gebhardt tries to understand how these biomolecules function in isolation, interaction and what happens with them when we … Continue reading Quantitative single molecule imaging in living cells and animals

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3D organisation of the mammalian genome and its function

Speaker: Wouter de Laat Department: Bionanoscience Subject: 3D organisation of the mammalian genome and its function Location: Delft University of Technology Date: 2016-02-11 Author: Romano van Genderen The seminar started by debunking a common myth, namely that 97% of all DNA, which is often considered “junk DNA” actually consists of all sorts of regulative elements … Continue reading 3D organisation of the mammalian genome and its function