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Emrah Eroglu

  • PhD
  • Medical University of Graz Institute for Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
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Research interests

Fluorescence MicroscopySensor designNO SignalingCa2+ SignalingROS SignalingLive-Cell imaging

Co-authors (53)

Publications (5)

  • Genetic biosensors for imaging nitric oxide in single cells

    • Eroglu E
    • Charoensin S
    • Bischof H
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  • Real-time imaging of nitric oxide signals in individual cells using geNOps

    • Eroglu E
    • Bischof H
    • Charoensin S
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  • Sustained formation of nitroglycerin-derived nitric oxide by aldehyde dehydrogenase-2 in vascular smooth muscle without added reductants: Implications for the development of nitrate tolerance

    • Opelt M
    • Wölkart G
    • Eroglu E
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  • Application of genetically encoded fluorescent nitric oxide (NO•) probes, the genops, for real-time imaging of no• signals in single cells

    • Eroglu E
    • Rost R
    • Bischof H
    • et al.
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  • Novel genetically encoded fluorescent probes enable real-Time detection of potassium in vitro and in vivo

    • Bischof H
    • Rehberg M
    • Stryeck S
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Education

Medical University Graz Institute for Molecular Biology and Biochemistry