Tue, 10/05/2016 - 14:15
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Campus Saarbr├╝cken, Geb. E2 6, E04

Prof. Dr. Stefan Diez
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Host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Rieger
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B Cube Center for Molecular Bioengineering, TU Dresden

Biomolecular Transport Systems: From Cellular Function to Nanotechnological Applications

Our lab is interested in the development and the application of novel optical techniques to investigate molecular transport in cell biology and nanotechnology. Using single-molecule biophysical approaches we reconstruct subcellular mechano-systems in the in vitro to study the interactions of motor and non-motor proteins with microtubules with 3D nanometer-precision as well as cooperative effects in uni- and bidirectional transport driven by kinesin and dynein motors. Moreover, we aim to apply biomolecular motor systems in synthetic, engineered environments for the generation, manipulation and detection of nanostructures. Towards this end, we recently employed kinesin-driven microtubules for the sensitive detection of molecular components, the optical mapping of nanometer-sized surface topographies and the construction of a parallel biocomputer.
 

Upcoming Events

  • Cell Physics 2023

    Mon, 09/10/2023 - 08:30 to Fri, 13/10/2023 - 17:00
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    Campus SB, Building E2 2

    Cell Physics 2023 / Annual Meeting of the DGZ 2023

  • IRTG Intro Lecture

    Tue, 28/11/2023 - 14:00
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    Campus SB, Building E2 9, Room 0.07

    Dr. Bin Qu

    Mechanisms employed by immune killer cells to locate and eliminate tumor cells

  • IRTG Intro Lecture

    Tue, 12/12/2023 - 14:15
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    Campus SB, Building E2 9, Room 0.07

    Prof. Dr. Volkhard Helms

    Gene regulatory networks control the fate of biological cells

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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