The first-ever comprehensive overview of the methods used in this key technology in modern biology provides the latest working knowledge needed by every scientist entering this growing field. It covers all the current technology and application areas, from microscopy and spectroscopy to proteomics and microfluidics.
Dario Anselmetti holds the chair in Experimental Biophysics and Applied Nanosciences at Bielefeld University (Germany). He obtained his academic degrees in Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy from Basel University (Switzerland), before becoming a post-doc at the IBM Research Laboratories. Later on, he worked for six years in the research department of Ciba-Geigy (now Novartis) as a project leader in nanobiophysics. After co-managing the Solvias spin-off company in Basel, he returned to academia, taking up his current position in 2000. Dr. Anselmetti has authored over 100 scientific publications and is a member of the Academy of Sciences of the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen.
SINGLE CELL ANALYSIS: IMAGING Single Molecule Fluorescence Monitoring in Eukaryotic Cells: Intranuclear Dynamics of Splicing Factors Gene Classification and Quantitative Analysis of Gene Regulation in Bacteria using Single Cell Atomic Force Microscopy and Single Molecule Force Cellular Cryo-Electron Tomography (CET): Towards a Voyage to the Inner Space of Cells SINGLE CELL ANALYSIS: TECHNOLOGY Single Cell Proteomics Protein Analysis of Single Cells in Microfluidic Format Single Cell Mass Spectrometry Single-Cell Analysis for Quantitative Systems Biology Optical Stretcher for Single Cells SINGLE CELL ANALYSIS: APPLICATIONS Single Cell Immunology Molecular Characterization of Rare Single Tumor Cells Single Cell Heterogeneity Genome and Transcriptome Analysis of Single Tumour Cells