What does a physicist do in a biology lab?
Physicists Serge Dmitrieff and Hervé Turlier, both postdoctoral fellows in the Nédélec Group, discuss how the “physical perspective” brings new insights to the biology bench.
Dmitrieff used mechanical equilibrium theory to predict the force needed to bend a cell membrane inwards, 31 October 2015
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The nucleus of this cell fluoresces in bright green thanks to GFP-labelled nucleoporin proteins. EMBL scientists use engineered nucleoporins as 3D reference standards to improve super-resolution microscopy.
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