Mareike Bernau

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1-Methoxy-3-indolylmethyl (1-MIM) glucosinolate (GLS) occurring in cabbage, broccoli, and other cruciferous plants is a potent mutagen requiring metabolic activation by myrosinase present in plant cells and intestinal bacteria. We previously reported that 1-MIM-GLS and its alcoholic breakdown product 1-MIM-OH, which requires additional activation by(More)
  • M. Bernau
  • 2009
For still images, diffraction-based beam-forming of laser light is a well-known task in optics called Fourier holography. Using a phase-only diffractive optical element (DOE) which displays a computer-generated hologram (CGH) very efficient beam forming is realized. The drawbacks of this technique are massive computation costs for phase-only holograms. In(More)
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