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Jindřiška Fišerová, Dr.

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Department of Biology of the Cell Nucleus at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Jindriška Fišerová is a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Biology of the Cell Nucleus at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. During her PhD Jindřiška has established various visualisation techniques for actin cytoskeleton detection in plant cultured cells, protoplast, mesophyle and epidermal leaves, pollen tubes, root hairs and membrane ghosts. During her postdoctoral research Jindřiška developed methods for plant nuclei isolation and nuclear envelope structure preservation for scanning electron microscopy and described ultrastructural details of plant nuclear pore complexes and plant lamina-like structure. Furthermore she has introduced methods for cryofixation, freeze-substitution and immunogold labelling of yeasts and mammalian cell culture cells for transmission electron microscopy. Recently, she has used advanced method of light microscopy (structured illumination microscopy, SIM, and stimulated emission depletion, STED) in combination with image analysis to discern the properties of the nuclear periphery organization.

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    Abstracts of the 7th European Super-Resolution User-Club Meeting

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