Advanced morphology: imaging and microscopy, biosensors, European Eurobioimaging infrastructure
The Bioimaging group is interested in developing novel imaging methods to visualize processes of life at the cellular level. Specifically, we are interested in imaging protein-protein interactions and metabolites, especially lipids. The methods for visualization range from classic fluorescence and electron microscopy to modern correlative light-electron microscopy and super-resolution microscopy. We are now developing novel ways:
- To visualize metabolites (lipids) by Raman microscopy and mass spectrometry-based imaging.
- To visualize molecules by Super-resolution microscopy.
- For visualizing molecular interactions with high efficiency.
- To localize proteins by correlative light-electron microscopy.
- For biosensing.
- Biophotonics and Advanced Microscopy
- Cell Physiology
- Cell Biology and Membrane Dynamics
- Cell Regulation
- Lysophospholipid Signalling for the Development of new Therapeutic Strategies
- Morpho-functional organization and regulation of the biosynthetic pathway