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Our lab enjoys the benefits of our own cell culture room equipped with two incubators and two biological hoods, a brand new cryostat for histological preparations, and microscopic equipment for the identification of fluorescent cells and immunohistochemistry.

We combine approaches such as molecular biology as well as immunological approaches to shed light on the genes and proteins involved in glial cell function, in particular microglia and astrocyte.


We have developed novel approaches to isolate adult microglia and astrocytes from mice that allow us to investigate their function in-vitro and to explore cellular mechanisms in a cell-culture model relevant to age-related diseases such as Alzheimer's.

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