Happy to be back in the lab! Remote group meetings, and a bunch of new papers during confinement. These are some of the new papers that came out in the last couple of months. Gonzalez-Vera et al. Unusual spectroscopic and photophysical properties of solvatochromic BODIPY analogues of Prodan. Dyes Pigments 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.dyepig.2020.108510. Fueyo-Gonzalez et … [Leer más...] acerca deBack on track!!!
Our long-lasting collaboration with DestiNA Genomica and Optoi Microelectronics, within the framework of the miRNA-DisEASY project, has resulted in an exciting paper published in Chemical Communications. In this paper we describe a new method, using DestiNA's dynamic labelling chemistry of nucleic acids and based on time-gated imaging, to detect abnormal levels in … [Leer más...] acerca demicroRNA detection method
The combination of semi-conductor Quantum Dots (QDs) and FLIM microscopy presents countless advantages for intra-cellular imaging. With these advantages in mind, we have been working in several nanosenors in the last few years. Our latest work on intracellular nanosensors, specifically designed for FLIM microscopy, targeting glucose is now published in the journal Sensors … [Leer más...] acerca deA couple of sensors
Our PhD student Laura Espinar-Barranco has delivered an exciting oral communication at the International Symposium on Dyes and Pigments, presenting our latest results on new solvatochromic dyes. … [Leer más...] acerca deOral communication at the International Symposium on Dyes and Pigments
Our group attended with great success the biennial meeting of the RSEQ 2019, which took place in San Sebastián. Prof. Orte presented a flash communication titled "Multidimensional Fluorescence Lifetime Sensing", and acted as the chairman of a session at the symposium Sensing and Biosensig: from the Bench to the Field. Dr Maria J. Ruedas-Rama and Dr Delia Miguel … [Leer más...] acerca deWe were at the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ) biennial meeting 2019