Molecular Neuroscience Unit (Marco Terenzio)
25 Nov 2021 - 17:12
The neurons successfully grew into scaffold and were imaged using a confocal microscope. The neurons are colored according to their depth in the scaffold.
25 Nov 2021 - 17:07
The researchers managed to culture sensory neurons on top of the scaffolds, visualized here using a confocal microscope.
25 Nov 2021 - 16:54
The Nanoscribe printing machine uses 2-photon lithography to print and then harden polymer to form specifically designed structures.
25 Nov 2021 - 16:51
The scaffold, imaged using an electron microscope, is structurally designed to help guide regenerating neurons. Image A: scale bar = 100 µm. Image B: scalebar = 1 µm.
25 Nov 2021 - 16:40
Highlights Researchers have used a state-of-the-art technique to build more precise artificial scaffolds for regenerating neurons The scaffolds were designed to mimic the extracellular matrix – a...
Type: Press release
8 May 2020 - 11:22
From left to right: Sara Emad El-Agamy Abdelaal (PhD student), Dr. Laurent Guillaud (Group Leader) and Professor Marco Terenzio (Principal Investigator) are working on identifying important cargo for...
8 May 2020 - 11:20
Dynein is composed of two heavy chains (blue), two intermediate chains (yellow), four light intermediate chains (green) and several light chains, including DYNLRB1 (orange).
8 May 2020 - 11:11
Professor Marco Terenzio illustrates how substances are transported along axons, between the cell body and the periphery of neurons.
8 May 2020 - 09:44
Neurons, the electrical wiring in our bodies that allows us to move, think and sense our surroundings, are specially adapted for rapid communication, highlighted by their unusual, elongated shape....
Type: News Article