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Camilla S. Colding-Christensen

I started my career in science aged 7 by mixing various fluids and other stuff in holes dug in the backyard of our summer house. The years flew by and in the summer of 2016, I obtained my PhD degree in Cell Biology studying recovery from DNA replication stress (basically, mixing various fluids and biological stuff in tubes). Now, having started my postdoc, I am continuing the same line of research but using a new model system and new techniques. Essentially, I am a curiosity-driven sympathetic nerd who loves science (and cakes and knitting!) and the way science continues to amaze me. It makes me always want to learn more and share my knowledge with others.

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iPond fishing

iPOND, Part 2: Why Should You Go Fishing with iPOND?

By Camilla S. Colding-Christensen | January 19, 2018

In part 1, ‘iPOND: Fishing for Proteins with DNA as Bait’ we went on a fishing expedition and learned how the iPOND technique can help us investigate the protein landscape of DNA synthesis. In this article, we will pit iPOND against a few other widely used techniques in order to answer the question: ‘Why should…

iPOND, Part 1: Fishing for Proteins with DNA as Bait

iPOND, Part 1: Fishing for Proteins with DNA as Bait

By Camilla S. Colding-Christensen | November 14, 2017

No, iPOND is not a sleek electronic fishing device from Apple. However, if you thought about fishing, well, you’re not far off the mark. If you find yourself wondering which proteins are present at DNA during or after replication, iPOND is an elegant technique to help you find out. In this article, I will explain…

Picture of a fluoresence microscope set up

Fluorescence Microscopy – the Magic of Fluorophores and Filters

By Camilla S. Colding-Christensen | April 18, 2017

Whether you want to get started with fluorescence microscopy or already use it, this guide will ensure you know the basics and get the best out of your fluorescence microscopy.

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