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Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains

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[2016/11/15] In cooperation with Prof. Peter Pohl (Institute of Biophysics, JKU), lead CBL researchers DI Andreas Karner and Dr. Johannes Preiner have developed a platform to study membrane proteins. ...  more of Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains (Titel)

Linz Winter Workshop 2017

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3 to 6 February 2017 ...  more of Linz Winter Workshop 2017 (Titel)

Tiemann-Boege Awarded Pilgerstorferpreis

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[2016/07/07] Assoc. Prof. Dr. Irene Tiemann-Boege was awarded the Pilgerstorferpreis from the Medical Society of Upper Austria.

Heißl awarded ÖAW Doc Scholarship

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[2016/03/04] Angelika Heißl's 3-year DOC fellowship granted by the Austrian Acadamy of Sciences (ÖAW) started on the 1 January 2016. The title is: "Meiotic recombination as a potential driver of microsatellite evolution". ...  more of Heißl awarded ÖAW Doc Scholarship (Titel)

Cholesterol in the fight against allergies

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[2016/02/15] Cholesterol in the fight against allergies ...  more of Cholesterol in the fight against allergies (Titel)

Biophysics Researchers Discover New Immune Protein Structure

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[2016/02/05] Scientists at the JKU Institute for Biophysics (a working group under a. Univ. Prof. Christoph Romanin) have deciphered a key function in the “Orai1” immune protein. ...  more of Biophysics Researchers Discover New Immune Protein Structure (Titel)

Nanopharmacological force sensing to reveal allosteric coupling in transporter binding sites

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[2016/01/26] Novel tools for direct measurement of the interaction forces between the serotonin transporter and the S- and R-enantiomers of citalopram on the single molecule level allows for the demonstration of two distinct populations of characteristic binding strengths which provide physical evidence for the existence of two binding sites that are allosterically coupled and exert reciprocal modulation. ...  more of Nanopharmacological force sensing to reveal allosteric coupling in transporter binding sites (Titel)


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Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) Flow Through Liquid Cell

Beschreibung: Quartz Crystal Microbalance is an acoustic bio-sensing technique, which uses an oscillating quartz crystal for detecting changes in the surrounding media such as viscosity or density changes of liquids or detection of deposited mass to the sensor surface.
For performing accurate measurements, the design of the used flow-cell is of particular importance as it is in direct contact with the quartz crystal and provides the liquid leading channels as well as the measuring chamber.
The JKU QCM Flow Through Liquid Cell System is designed for the purpose of biological interaction analysis measurements and underwent several optimization processes (e.g. to avoid air bubbles).
Our system consists of two parts which are both needed to perform QCM measurements:
The Flow Through Cell itself (LC01) represents the key part of the system including the complete chamber and the tube connectors whereas the Flow Cell holder (CH01) is required for assembling the cell and for connection to the QCM device.

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Atomic Force Microscopy & Quartz Crystal Microbalance