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Molecular Cell Biology

Molecular Cell Biology

Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology at KBM was established during 2007 and is headed by Harald Carlsen. Our aim is to establish a competence platform at KBM for the study of health-promoting interactions between microflora, food and the gastrointestinal tract.

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Molecular Cell Biology

Our research is basic and hypothesis-driven, exploiting the many relevant methodological developments of modern biomedical research.

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SEM of microvilli on intestinal epithelial cells
SEM of microvilli on intestinal epithelial cells Photo: Elin Ørmen
TEM image of Intestinal Epithelial Cells
TEM image of Intestinal Epithelial Cells Photo: Lene Olsen Hult
A Cox-2 (red) and nuclear (blue) double-stained crypt in normal human colon tissue
A Cox-2 (red) and nuclear (blue) double-stained crypt in normal human colon tissue Photo: Lene Olsen Hult
Anti-ALP (green) and nucleus (blue) double-stained enterocytes in human normal colon
Anti-ALP (green) and nucleus (blue) double-stained enterocytes in human normal colon Photo: Lene Olsen Hult

 

Published 16. January 2001 - 19:00 - Updated 24. October 2017 - 15:06