Super resolution microscopy: it's all about the molecules : 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry II

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Thanks to the properties of certain fluorophores, biological systems can be viewed at resolutions far beyond those theoretically possible with light microscopy. The challenge of obtaining real-time images of cellular events lies in design and synthesis of the right probes.
LanguageEnglish
Pages24-28
Number of pages5
JournalChemistry in Australia
Volume2015
Issue numberMarch
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Super resolution microscopy : it's all about the molecules : 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry II. / Karuso, Peter.

In: Chemistry in Australia, Vol. 2015, No. March, 2015, p. 24-28.

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