Prof. Dr. Antje Baeumner
Prof. Dr. Frank-Michael Matysik
Prof. Dr. Joachim Wegener
Prof. Dr. Axel Dürkop
Dr. Thomas Hirsch
Dr. Rudolf Hutterer
Dr. Robert Schupfner
Dr. Nongnoot Wongkaew
Central Radionuclide Laboratory & Laboratory of Environment Radioactivity
John Galligan & Barbara Grotz, University of Regensburg
NIR-excitable Upconversion Probes: Challenges for Bioanalytical Applications
received a Poster Prize at the European Meeting on Complement in Human Disease 2022 which took place in Bern, Switzerland (26.-29.08.2022). Out of 220 posters the best 14 received a prize.
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received a Poster Prize at the 3rd European Biosensor Symposium which took place digitally (organized by Prof. Fred Lisdat, TH Wildau) last week (09.-12.03.202). Out of the 116 posters the best 6 received a prize.
received a poster award ‘Sensor 100 trophy’ at the Sensors in Medicine 2020 conference (October 20-23, 2020). The title of her poster was ‘Silver Nanoparticles Provide New Options for Sensitive Point-of-Care Sensors’
Fraunhofer Research Institution for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies Division Cell-Based Sensors (CBS) CBS makes use of microelectronic/microoptiocal systems to measure the response of living cells to various xenobiotics.
Universität Regensburg beteiligt an EU-gefördertem Projekt zur Erforschung des Immunsystems und der Entwicklung von Biosensoren
August 6st and September 30th, 2020
Universität Regensburg und Monash University in Australien werden Partner
Cationic liposomes are shown that can be used as universal label in bioassays. Through encapsulation of large number of fluorescent of chemiluminescent markers, their signal enhancement capability was demonstrated as secondary label in high-throughput bioassays and as generic label for bacteria cells.
Medicinal chemistry of selective GPCR ligands
The 5th conference on Impedance-Based Cellular Assays, originally scheduled for September 17th to 19th 2020 in Amsterdam (NL), had to be postponed to 2022 due to the Covid19 pandemic. Please bookmark our webside www.ibca2020.net for updates.
Michael Skiba was selected to participate in the Nobel Laureate meeting in Lindau in summer 2021
The new BAR volume summarizes the most recent approaches in label-free monitoring of cells in vitro. The book has been dedicated to Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
We invite enrollment to the new MSc Wirtschaftschemie which is expected to start in winter term 20/21
The Fraunhofer division Cell-Based Sensors, affiliated with the Institute for Analytical Chemistry, is part of the newly granted Collaborative Research Center TR305. In cooperation with Fraunhofer IME and ITEM, the group will develop new assay formats and readouts for targeting metastatic progression.
The Fraunhofer division Cell-Based Sensors in cooperation with the lab of Prof. Ralf Wagner (UR) is currently developing a new readout technology to monitor virus neutralization assays for SARS-CoV2. The latter are used to evaluate the effectiveness of vaccines. The project is funded by the Fraunhofer Society and combines biological amplification strategies with microelectronics.
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