BioEssays special issue on Light Microscopy: 34:05, May 2012, can be accessed for free on the Wiley Online Library.
From advances in imaging probes, through super-resolution techniques, to computational image analysis, this special issue of BioEssays presents a unique collection of articles that summarise the status and developments, and speculate on future developments. Areas covered include: Imaging probes for light microscopy; Probing molecular dynamics and interactions; High resolution microscopy; Computational Image analysis. The individual articles present and discuss techniques such as FCS, FRET, RICS, qFSM, STED, PALM, SIM, SPIM.
Biology and microscopy: The friendship strengthens. . .
Patricia Le Baccon and Andrew Moore
Innovation in biological microscopy: Current status and future directions
Fluorescent proteins for FRET microscopy: Monitoring protein interactions in living cells
Richard N. Day and Michael W. Davidson
SHG nanoprobes: Advancing harmonic imaging in biology
William P. Dempsey, Scott E. Fraser and Periklis Pantazis
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
Jonas Ries and Petra Schwille
FRET microscopy in the living cell: Different approaches, strengths and weaknesses
Sergi Padilla-Parra and Marc Tramier
Scanning image correlation spectroscopy
Michelle A. Digman and Enrico Gratton
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