Martin K. H. Maus

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Up to now, single molecule fluorescence experiments were performed by dividing the time into a set of intervals and to observe the number of fluorescence photons arriving in each interval. It is obvious that the detected photons carry less information than the arrival times of the photons themselves. From the arrival times, one can still calculate the(More)
BACKGROUND The discovery of the transforming fusion gene of the anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) with the echinoderm microtubule-associated protein like 4 (EML4) as an oncogene in 2007 has led to its validation as a clinical target in NSCLC patients in a short period of time. The inhibition of the anaplastic lymphoma receptor tyrosine kinase has(More)
BACKGROUND Clinical reasoning is based on the declarative and procedural knowledge of workflows in clinical medicine. Educational approaches such as problem-based learning or mannequin simulators support learning of procedural knowledge. Immersive patient simulators (IPSs) go one step further as they allow an illusionary immersion into a synthetic world.(More)
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