Alves, Frauke

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02.10.2023

X-ray phase contrast 3D virtual histology characterises complex tissue architecture in colorectal cancer

Authors Svetlove A, Griebel T, Albers J, D’Amico L, Nolte P, Tromba G, Bohnenberger H, Alves F, Dullin C Journal Frontiers in Gastroenterology Citation Front. Gastroenterol.Sec. Gastroenterology and Cancer. Volume 2 – 2023 Abstract Precise morphological analysis of tumour tissue samples is crucial for accurate diagnosis and staging of colorectal
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10.07.2023

Effect of tissue fixation on the optical properties of structural components assessed by non-linear microscopy imaging

Authors Markus MA, Ferrari DP, Alves F, Ramos-Gomes F Journal Biomedical Optics Express Citation Biomed. Opt. Express 14, 3988-4002 (2023). Abstract Fixation methods such as formalin are commonly used for the preservation of tissue with the aim of keeping their structure as close as possible to the native condition. However,
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02.05.2023

Three-dimensional analysis of human pancreatic cancer specimens by phase-contrast based X-ray tomography – the next dimension of diagnosis

Authors Pinkert-Leetsch D, Frohn J, Ströbel P, Alves F, Salditt T, Missbach-Guentner J Journal Cancer Imaging Citation Cancer Imaging. 2023 May 2;23(1):43. Abstract Background: The worldwide increase of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC), which still has one of the lowest survival rates, requires novel imaging tools to improve early detection and
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12.04.2023

Monitoring the response to Nintedanib treatment in a mouse model of lung fibrosis using longitudinal X-ray based lung function measurement

Authors Khan A, Markus AM, Svetlove A, Hülsmann S, Alves F, Dullin C Journal Research Square Citation Research Square, 12 April 2023, preprint. Abstract Background: Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a chronic progressive, incurable, and debilitating fibrotic disease. Nintedanib – an oral tyrosine kinase inhibitor – significantly slows the IPF
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08.09.2022

The murine male reproductive organ at a glance: Three-dimensional insights and virtual histology using label-free light sheet microcopy

Authors Pinkert-Leetsch D, Rost JU, Schmiedeknecht MUH, Stadelmann C, Alves F, Missbach-Guentner J Journal Andrology Citation Andrology. 2022 Sep 8. Abstract Background: The unique anatomy of the male reproductive organ reflects its complex function from sperm maturation to their storage for months until emission. Since light microscopy in two dimensions
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02.08.2022

Simultaneous assessment of lung morphology and respiratory motion in retrospectively gated in-vivo microCT of free breathing anesthetized mice

Authors Dullin C, Svetlove A, Zschüntzsch J, Alves F Journal Scientific Reports Citation Sci Rep. 2022 Aug 2;12(1):13299. Abstract Retrospective gating (RG) is a well established technique in preclinical computed tomography (CT) to assess 3D morphology of the lung. In RG additional angular projections are recorded typically by performing multiple
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07.03.2022

Non-Invasive Optical Motion Tracking Allows Monitoring of Respiratory Dynamics in Dystrophin-Deficient Mice

Authors Svetlove A, Albers J, Hülsmann S, Markus MA, Zschüntzsch J, Alves F, Dullin C Journal Cells Citation Cells. 2022 Mar 7;11(5):918. Abstract Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is the most common x-chromosomal inherited dystrophinopathy which leads to progressive muscle weakness and a premature death due to cardiorespiratory dysfunction. The mdx
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19.10.2021

Label-free imaging of age-related cardiac structural changes in non-human primates using multiphoton nonlinear microscopy

Authors Khan A, Ramos-Gomes F, Markus A, Mietsch M, Hinkel R, Alves F Journal Biomedical Optics Express Citation Biomed. Opt. Express 12, 7009-7023 (2021). Abstract Heart failure is one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality. Both maturational abnormalities and age-associated cardiac pathologies contribute to heart failure. Imaging-based
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