New findings about the composition, structure and dynamics of new materials and biological systems can only be obtained by developing innovative analytical (measuring) processes. The knowledge gained in this manner is crucial for deepening our understanding of the causes of disease on a molecular level, paves the way to more precise, personalized medical treatments, and is a key to the characterization and development of new, treatment-improving materials; it calls for and is subject to a constant process of optimization.

The scientific work at ISAS concerns the development of new methods on all levels – from basic research through to the production of prototypes. The following pages will provide you with detailed information about our research topics and projects.

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Research programmes

Disease Mechanisms and Targets

Disease Mechanisms and Targets

Biomarkers

Biomarkers

Imaging

Imaging

Biointerfaces

Biointerfaces

ISAS Strategy Fund

ISAS Strategy Fund

Recent publications

Optical characterization of miniature flexible micro-tube plasma (FμTP) ionization source: A dielectric guided discharge

Spectrochimica Acta Part B-Atomic Spectroscopy, Nr. 181, , P. 106222
Type: Journal article

Small extracellular vesicles obtained from hypoxic mesenchymal stromal cells have unique characteristics that promote cerebral angiogenesis, brain remodeling and neurological recovery after focal cerebral ischemia in mice

Basic Research in Cardiology, Vol. 116, Nr. 1, , P. 40
Type: Journal article

Lymphocyte transformation test

Journal of immunological methods, Vol. 493,
Type: Journal article

Murine models for heart failure: Their creation and applicability to human still require critical and careful considerations

IJC Heart & Vessels, Vol. 34, Nr. 34, , P. 100781
Type: Journal article

Coupling Miniaturized Free-Flow Electrophoresis to Mass Spectrometry via a Multi-Emitter ESI Interface

Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 93, Nr. 19, , P. 7204 – 7209
Type: Journal article

Tagged benzoxazin-4-ones as novel activity-based probes for serine proteases

ChemBioChem, Vol. 22, Nr. 9, , P. 1578–1581
Type: Journal article

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