UKE Microscopy Imaging Facility (UMIF)

UKE Microscopy Imaging Facility (DFG Research Infrastructure Portal: RI_00489)

MINFLUX SARS-CoV2

MINFLUX microscopy made the visualization of SARS-CoV2 virus molecules possible.

(1) Confocal, (2) MINFLUX, (3) MINFLUX superimposed with EM,

(4) schematic overlay with SARS-CoV2 model

CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY III

GFAP (for astrocytes) / Iba-1 (microglia) / Hoechst (nucleus).

Author: Prof Saez

CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY I

Optical nerve

Tiled scan

CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY II

Heart tissue section

SUPER-RESOLUTION IMAGE OF DETYROSINATED TUBULIN

Detyrosinated tubulin in neurons.

left = confocal, right = STED

Super-resolution 3D dSTORM image of microtubules

Alpha-tubulin in HeLa cells.

Color-coded z-distribution.

STRUCTURED ILLUMINATION MICROSCOPY (SIM)

Multicolor labeling of an eukaryotic cell.

red =actin, green = focal adhesions, blue = DAPI

COMBINED SD-TIRF IMAGING OF CELLULAR VESICLES

3D reconstruction of CLN3-vesicles and lysosomes in HeLa cells.

green = CLN3-GFP, red = lysosomes

SUPER-RESOLUTION RADIAL FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY (SRRF)

Multi-color HeLa cells

green = F-Actin, red = alpha-Tubulin, gray = TOMM-20

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Latest news and events

New imaging groups joined microscopy-hamburg.de network

Recently, two UKE imaging groups joined the microscopy network microscopy-hamburg.de

Institute for Synaptic Physiology (ISP), Prof. Dr. Thomas Oertner

Cell Communication and Migration Laboratory (CCM), Prof. Dr. Pablo Sáez

 

Follow the links for more information about the groups and visit microscopy-hamburg.de - The microscopy network in Hamburg

MINFLUX at Europawochen 2023

Leica Virtual Spatial Proteomics Workshop

We are all warmly invited to participate to a very interesting online workshop about Spatial Proteomics.

Registration is for free!

Please find more information in the Event section of this seminar.

 

 

Akoya BioSciences Symposium

We are all warmly invited to follow a very interesting seminar about: "PhenoCycler-Fusion: Scaling up Spatial Discoveries"

Please find more information in the Event section of this seminar and the flyer below.

 

Akoya workshop

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