Super Resolution Microscopy - our USP: Use of standard GFP

  • Osamu Shimomura, Martin Chalfie and Roger Y. Tsien were awarded 2008 with Nobel Prize in chemistry for their discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein GFP
  • Since 1962 GFP has become one of the most important tools used in contemporary bioscience
  • With the aid of GFP, researchers have developed ways to watch processes that were previously invisible, such as the development of nerve cells in the brain or how cancer cells spread
  • By using DNA technology, researchers can now connect GFP to other interesting, but otherwise invisible, proteins
  • Solely the patented SPDMphymod technoloy can use this well established GFP
  • No need for establishing new systems with photoactivatable GFP