their plans and efforts. Using computational image analysis we are also investigating variations of protein spatiotemporal expression patterns at the single cell level, in relation to the cell cycle or other deterministic factors. The author Lotte Möller has described Emma Lundberg as Swedens answer to Gertrude Jekyll, the leading figure of English gardening at the turn of the twentieth century. At the interface between bioimaging and proteomics are fundamental aspects of human cell biology systematically assessed at a single cell level using an antibody-based approach. Emma Lundberg died on Lidingö in 1953.
Whilst their family villa was being built, a garden, which had been planned and constructed following. Emma, lundberg was Crown Princess Margareta, who had applied her English gardening heritage to the Sofiero castle gardens. Like Gertrude Jekyll, Emma Lundberg was artistically educated and self-taught as a gardener, and like Jekyll, she collaborated with a younger man, her son Erik.
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Instead of erecting the family home in the middle of the plot, as was the norm, it was built in the upper corner, where it was best situated. Emma is a visiting Associate Professor. Her children had a comparatively liberal upbringing, in the spirit. In 1997 her gardening art was displayed in an exhibition at Millesgården on Lidingö. It became more open and more suited to the changing needs of the family.