Welcome to BioPOLIM Research

Anisotropy

Insight into microbiological structure and interaction is a pre-requisite for tailoring treatment & improving diagnostics of infectious diseases as well as of age-related deteriorations.
Fluorescence polarization microscopy & nanoscale infrared spectroscopy are powerful tools for structural investigation. We apply and advance both methods for complementary insight within crucial research fields ranging from polymicrobial infection to age-related degeneration of human retina, which we address together with our collaborators from microbiological and clinical research.

Interested in joining our research? Contact Daniela Täuber

protein aggregation

Polarization resolved fluorescence microscopy

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Distribution Polim

Nanoscale infrared spectroscopic imaging

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FSU Jena Nanoimaging group FSU Jena Leibniz-IPHT
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