Nanofluidics and bioimaging
Group leader: Rodolphe Marie
The Nanofluidics and Bioimaging group is part of the OASIS section.
- Enzymatic synergy
- Liquid biopsy
- Cancer study
- Cellular transport
Ongoing research projects.
Single molecule microscopy of enzymatic synergy
NNF BioSAP grant
Single molecule localization microscopy of enzymesWe study the behaviour of cellulases enzymes on cellulose nanofibers using TIRF microscopy.
Jonas Nyvold Pedersen at DTU Health Tech.
Peter Westh at DTU Bioengineering.
Kim Borch at Novozymes.
Next generation biocolloids analysis for diagnostics
NNF Nerd grant
Nanofluidic platform for the isolation and study of biocolloidsNanofluidics and microfluidics for the purification of biocolloids from liquid biopsy. Fluorescence microscopy and label-free microscopy.
Single Molecule microscopy of colloids
Part of the EU ITN Supercol.
Microfluidic platform for cancer cells in gradients
Part of the NNF synergy Migragen.
A reversible microfluidic platform for gradients
We design and fabricate a microfluidic platform able to create multiple chemical gradients over cells. The platform has a reversible sealing to allow for further analysis of the cells. It started as the project Micrograd.
In collaboration with:
Stine Falsig Pedersen (Copenhagen University).
Albin Sandelin (Copenhagen University).
Utte Resch-Genger (BAM, Berlin).
Microscopy for peptide transport studies
part of the NNF challenge center Citbio.
As part of the NNF challenge center Citbio, we use live-cell microscopy of lipidated peptide transport in gut epithelial models.
Optical mapping of DNA in nanofluidics
Using nanofluidics to visualize fluorescence barcodes on genomic DNA. Combined with microfluidics to trap single cells and extract the genomic DNA.
See our past work in the EU project Cellomatic under 'Publications'.
Former PhD students
Adam C. Hundahl
Martin K. Rasmussen
Former MSc students