Judith’s paper on fluorescent probes for detecting reactive oxygen species published

Posted on By Sarah Bohndiek

In collaboration with Lisa-Maria Needham from Dr Steven Lee’s laboratory in the Department of Chemistry here in Cambridge, Judith developed a series of bifunctional fluorescent probes for detection of amyloid aggregates and reactive oxygen species. This bifunctional approach is important because both protein aggregation and oxidative stress are key features of many neurodegenerative diseases. You can read more here: