Robert Nitschke

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Current biomedical research increasingly requires imaging large and thick 3D structures at high resolution. Prominent examples are the tracking of fine filaments over long distances in brain slices, or the localization of gene expression or cell migration in whole animals like Caenorhabditis elegans or zebrafish. To obtain both high resolution and a large(More)
The scope of this paper is to illustrate the need for an improved quality assurance in fluorometry. For this purpose, instrumental sources of error and their influences on the reliability and comparability of fluorescence data are highlighted for frequently used photoluminescence techniques ranging from conventional macro- and microfluorometry over(More)
The development of the lump-sum reimbursement System in psychiatry and psychosomatics (PEPP) (Klimke et al., 2014) is being negatively considered - also in gerontopsychiatry.Thus it is reasonable to make a timely analysis of the effects of PEPP on health-care structures. For this two analyses have been carried out. On the one hand the day mix index of(More)
INTRODUCTION In Germany a new and unique remuneration system for psychiatric and psychosomatic stationary treatments (PEPP system) was introduced in 2013 on an optional basis. From 2015 it will be mandatory for psychiatric and psychosomatic facilities. The introduction of the PEPP system brings up different questions regarding the possible incentives of the(More)
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