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Our work on hybrid nanoscopy of amyloid-like fibers, in collaboration with the University of Granada, recently appeared as the front cover of Small.

Our work on hybrid nanoscopy of amyloid-like fibers, in collaboration with the University of Granada, recently appeared as the front cover of Small.

This cover illustrates that bacterial death induced by the combination of light and a photosensitizer can be followed in real time by advanced fluorescence microscopy. This allows extracting information about the mechanisms of photodynamic action of these drugs. This work is the outcome of a collaboration with Regensburg University Hospital in Germany.

This cover illustrates that bacterial death induced by the combination of light and a photosensitizer can be followed in real time by advanced fluorescence microscopy. This allows extracting information about the mechanisms of photodynamic action of these drugs. This work is the outcome of a collaboration with Regensburg University Hospital in Germany.

  • Our work on hybrid nanoscopy of amyloid-like fibers, in collaboration with the University of Granada, recently appeared as the front cover of Small.
  • This cover illustrates that bacterial death induced by the combination of light and a photosensitizer can be followed in real time by advanced fluorescence microscopy. This allows extracting information about the mechanisms of photodynamic action of these drugs. This work is the outcome of a collaboration with Regensburg University Hospital in Germany.
  • Our work on hybrid nanoscopy of amyloid-like fibers, in collaboration with the University of Granada, recently appeared as the front cover of Small.

  • This cover illustrates that bacterial death induced by the combination of light and a photosensitizer can be followed in real time by advanced fluorescence microscopy. This allows extracting information about the mechanisms of photodynamic action of these drugs. This work is the outcome of a collaboration with Regensburg University Hospital in Germany.

  • Our work on hybrid nanoscopy of amyloid-like fibers, in collaboration with the University of Granada, recently appeared as the front cover of Small.
  • This cover illustrates that bacterial death induced by the combination of light and a photosensitizer can be followed in real time by advanced fluorescence microscopy. This allows extracting information about the mechanisms of photodynamic action of these drugs. This work is the outcome of a collaboration with Regensburg University Hospital in Germany.