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09.11.2020

Distinct insulin granule subpopulations implicated in the secretory pathology of diabetes types 1 and 2

Authors Kreutzberger AJB, Kiessling V, Doyle CA, Schenk N, Upchurch CM, Elmer-Dixon M, Ward AE, Preobraschenski J, Hussein SS, Tomaka W, Seelheim P, Kattan I, Harris M, Liang B, Kenworthy AK, Desai BN, Leitinger N, Anantharam A, Castle JD, Tamm LK Journal Elife Citation Elife. 2020 Nov 9;9:e62506. Abstract Insulin
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09.11.2020

X-ray diffraction and second harmonic imaging reveal new insights into structural alterations caused by pressure-overload in murine hearts

Authors Nicolas JD, Khan A, Markus A, Mohamed BA, Toischer K, Alves F, Salditt T Journal Science Reports Citation Sci Rep. 2020 Nov 9;10(1):19317. Abstract We demonstrate a label-free imaging approach to study cardiac remodeling of fibrotic and hypertrophic hearts, bridging scales from the whole organ down to the molecular
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Neurons of the cochlear spiral ganglion transmit auditory input to the brainstem for further processing. Here, substructures of the neuronal cytoskeleton were labelled to visualize individual nerve fibers and cell bodies.
Source: Cristian Setz, Christian Vogl, Tobias Moser, IAN, UMG, 2018.

09.11.2020

Exhibition „Sinneswelten“ (World of Senses)

Since October 2020, fascinating enlargements of microscope images are presented in the exhibition „Sinneswelten“ (World of Senses) at the University Medical Center Göttingen. The gallery can be visited by patients, students and UMG employees, and is located between the main entrance and the Bettenhaus 1 . Due to the corona
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Neurons of the cochlear spiral ganglion transmit auditory input to the brainstem for further processing. Here, substructures of the neuronal cytoskeleton were labelled to visualize individual nerve fibers and cell bodies.
Source: Cristian Setz, Christian Vogl, Tobias Moser, IAN, UMG, 2018.

09.11.2020

Exhibition „Sinneswelten“ (World of Senses)

The exhibition “Sinneswelten” provides special insights into the wonderful world of senses at the cellular level of sensory cells and neurons from an artistic perspective. The displayed images are results of the daily work of the scientists at the Collaborative Research Center 889 (CRC889). They have been acquired with different
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