Cornelia Gilbrich-Wille , M.Sc.,

Cornelia Gilbrich-Wille

Cornelia Gilbrich-Wille studied biology with the focus of biochemistry and zoology at the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany and completed it with her Master of Science. In her master thesis she examined in „Qualitative studies on the example of the observation of seabirds in the Wadden Sea National Park.“

She also finished a bachelor in nutrition sciences and wrote her experimental thesis about „Qualitative and quantitative determination of D-Amino-Acids in Barbecue Sauces by gaschromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS).

Cornelia has written several articles especially for LMD/Lasermicrodissection for Leica Science Lab as a free lancer.

Image of murine-brain tissue showing a region removed with UV laser microdissection.

RNA Quality after Different Tissue Sample Preparation

The influence of sample preparation and ultraviolet (UV) laser microdissection (UV LMD) on the quality of RNA from murine-brain tissue cryo-sections is described in this article. To obtain good…
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Consumables for Laser Microdissection

There are many different types of consumables for laser microdissection (LMD) systems. They cover a wide range of applications from basic to highly specialized, enabling scientists to choose their own…

Laser Microdissection (LMD) and Fancy Applications

New and far-reaching applications have recently been opened up in the field of laser microdissection. In addition to conventional dissection, the laser microdissection system (LMD) of Leica…

Video: How to Achieve Fast Precise Cutting Lines in Laser Microdissection

This video explains the laser beam deflection principle of Leica Microsystems‘ laser microdissection systems (Leica LMD). The laser, the beam expander, motorized attenuator, motorized iris diaphragm…

Stem Cells in the Aging Process – the Signal Protein p53 as "Guardian of the Genome"

The physiological process of aging is an elementary part of life. The processes responsible for the aging process and the effect they have is one of the key focuses of biomedical research. Dr. Yvonne…
Brain section 12 μm, before dissection, objective 63x, stained with Toluidin blue.

An Introduction to Laser Microdissection

Laser microdissection is a highly selective process for preparing samples for DNA, RNA and protein analysis. It is a microscope-controlled manipulation technique for the precise separation of samples…

Applications of Laser Microdissection

Laser microdissection and laser micromanipulation are suitable for gaining a differentiated insight into the function of genes and proteins, and are used for a wide range of applications in…
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