Month: November 2007

Exploring Cell Logistics

Using TIRF microscopy, scientists have been able to take a closer look at intracellular transport processes with the example of the galactose-binding protein Galectin-3, which has been identified as a potential apical sorting receptor. Source link

In the Footsteps of Linnaeus – Microscopic Imaging in Marine Biodiversity Research

In 2007 Sweden celebrates the 300th birthday of Carl von Linné (Carolus Linnaeus, 1707–1778), one of the key figures in the history of natural sciences. Linné’s work is an incredible contribution to our understanding of the living world. His great achievement as a scientist was the design of a universal system for classifying living organisms. …

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