Prof. Dr. Jan G. Hengstler: „Possibilities and limitations of two photon-microscopy for analysis of living tissues“

Jan Hengstler

  • Überblick

    The presentation will focus on possibilities and limitations of functional tissue imaging, reconstruction and quantification, particularly of liver tissue. Two-photon microscopy allows imaging of liver tissue with subcellular resolution. Uptake of compounds and bile canalicular excretion can be imaged and quantified. Moreover, interactions of hepatocytes with immune cells can be visualized in time-lapse videos. This technique can be supported by conventional confocal microscopy with tissue reconstruction and quantification; relatively small alterations in tissue microarchitecture can be quantified. Such data help to understand how individual cells in a tissue coordinately behave to establish a functional architecture.


    Datum: 31.07.2014, 14:00

    Veranstaltungsort

    Helmholtz-Zentrum für Infektionsforschung

    Gebäude und Raum

    HZI, D2 2.20

    Referent

    Prof. Dr. Jan G. Hengstler,

    Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors
    44139 Dortmund

    Gastgeber

    Marc Stadler