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The film shows dying nerve cells expressing a caspase-sensitive FRET sensor

The three panels show confocal light microscopy time-lapse montage of the CFP channel (left) the YFP channel (right) and FRET (middle). The FRET intensity is color coded (yellow=high; blue=low). Note how the cells undergo apoptosis one by one, starting in the cell body, which turns blue earlier than the thin cellular processes.

Research in Neurochemistry

Neurochemistry with Molecular Neurobiology is a subject with strong future perspective in research as well as education. Molecular neuroscience represents one strongly accelerating and growing field of research within the frame of chemistry and biology.

Contact

  Director of Studies in
  Neurochemistry
  Anna-Lena Ström
  telephone: +4681 6 1267
  room: M440
 
  Director of PhD studies in   
  Neurochemistry
  Anders Undén
  telephone: +468 16 4117
  room: C452
 
  Office
  Marie-Louise Tjörnhammar
  Telephone: +468 16 4268
  Fax: +468 16 1371
  Room: M410
 

Visiting address
Stockholm University
Arrhenius Laboratory
Svante Arrhenius väg 16B
Stockholm

  Mailing address
  Stockholm University
  Department of Biochemistry and
  Biophysics
  S-106 91 Stockholm