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- Accepted: Evaluating single-particle tracking by photo-activation localization microscopy (sptPALM) in Lactococcus lactis
- News: Welcome to Suyeon Yang and George Vogelaar
- Published: High-throughput, non-equilibrium studies of single biomolecules using glass made nanofluidic devices
- Pre-print: An open microscopy framework suited for tracking dCas9 in live bacteria
- Published: Precision and accuracy of single-molecule FRET measurements—a multi-laboratory benchmark study
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Suyeon joined the group in November 2018 for her PhD thesis. She will study lipid oxidation at oil/water interfaces using super-resolution microscopy. George just started his MSc thesis to study diffusion of dCas9 in Lactococcus lactis using single-particle tracking PALM.
Our open (single-molecule) microscopy project, the #miCube, is now on Github [link]! The page shows a detailed and updated overview of the components, some information on phasor-based SMLM, and many links to similar open hardware projects.
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