Biomolecular Imaging Facility


Biomolecular Imaging Facility
dogterom@amolf.nl
M. Dogterom
FOM Institute AMOLF
Science Park 104
1098 XG
Amsterdam
M. Dogterom, G. Koenderink, T. Shimizu, S. Tans, M. Leunissen, J. van Zon
Light microscopy, Optical tweezers, Single molecules, Live-cell imaging, Super Resolution
Biophysics of Cytoskeletal Systems, Regulation Networks, Development, Bio-inspired Materials, Systems Biophysics
– P. Bieling, L. Laan, H. Schek, E. L. Munteanu, L. Sandblad, M. Dogterom, D. Brunner and T. Surrey, Reconstritution of a microtubule plus-end tracking system in vitro, Nature 450, 1100–1105 (2007).- P. Bechtluft, R. van Leeuwen , M. Tyreman, D. Tomkiewicz, N. Nouwen, H. Tepper, A. Driessen, and S. J. Tans. Direct observation of chaperone-induced changes in a protein folding pathway, Science 318, 1458-61 (2007).

– C. Tischer, D. Brunner and M. Dogterom, Force- and kinesin-8-dependent effects in the spatial regulation of fission yeast microtubule dynamics, Nature Molecular Systems Biology 5, 250 1-10 (2009)

– M. Soares e Silva, M. Depken, B. Stuhrmann, M. Korsten, F. C. MacKintosh and G. H. Koenderink, Active multistage coarsening of actin networks driven by myosin motors, PNAS 108, 9408-9413 (2011).

– Lazova, M. D., Ahmed, T., Bellomo, D., Stocker, R. & Shimizu, T. S., Response rescaling in bacterial chemotaxis. PNAS 108:33870-33875 (2011).

Nikon MultiPhoton Confocal MicroscopeNikon TIRF/FRAP Microscope

Leica/Visitech Spinning Disk Confocal Microscope

Leica Video-DIC with Optical Tweezers (home-build)

Nikon A1 Confocal combined with Optical Tweezers and AFM

Stroboscopic PALM Microscopy

Several general purpose microscopes

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