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- Pre-print: DNA polymerase β fingers movement revealed by single-molecule FRET suggests a partially closed conformation as a fidelity checkpoint
- News: Ph.D. position available!
- News: Welcome to Meike Kronenberg and farewell to Carel Fijen
- News: Welcome to Andreas Hentrich and Hans Dekker…
- Pre-print: Substrate conformational dynamics drive structure-specific recognition of gapped DNA by DNA polymerase
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The lab has a Ph.D. position titled “Super-resolution microscopy in foods” available! Click [here] for more details and to apply.
Meike joined the group for her BSc thesis and will work on DNA polymerase beta. Carel successfully defended his PhD thesis in March and decided to continue working on DNA polymerase beta by joining the Sweasy lab at Yale as … Continue reading
…who joined the group for an 6 week internship (Andreas) and a short capita selecta (Hans). Andreas will try unifying some fragmented software packages for in vivo single particle tracking. Hans will push the limits of our ultrafast pSMLM algorithm … Continue reading
Good news! The proposal “LocalBioFood: Localisation of bio-macromolecules in food matrices” submitted by Ilja Voets (TU/e) and our lab has been granted by the NWO innovation fund for chemistry [link]. Within the project, the three appointed PhD students will image different components … Continue reading
…who joins the group for his MSc thesis. In collaboration with Dr. Klaus Mathwig (Pharmacy, Groningen), Dr. Peter van Baarlen (Host-Microbe Interactions, Wageningen) and Simon van der Els (NIZO food research and HMI, Wageningen), he will work towards monitoring bacterial conjugation … Continue reading
Good news! The proposal “Lipid Oxidation Control in Food Emulsions Enabled by Natural Strategies” submitted by Harry Gruppen (WUR) has been awarded a CHIPP grant by The Innovation Fund for Chemistry [link]. Our lab will head the work package titled “Localising oxidation: interfaces and … Continue reading
Good news! Our proposal “Towards visualizing gene transfer at the single cell level using microfluidic devices” has been granted by the Innovation Program Microbiology, an initiative from the Laboratory of Microbiology at Wageningen University and Research. In collaboration with Dr. Klaus Mathwig … Continue reading