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What is Super Resolution Microscopy? Part 2

Super-resolution microscopy allows users to resolve fluorescently-labelled structures on size scales beyond the diffraction limit (200-300nm). In the past few years, super-resolution microscopy techniques have become increasingly commonplace methods in cell biology. This increase in popularity has been due to an active community of developers, growing numbers of commercial instruments, novel biological discoveries, and the awarding of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to pioneers in the field.

Date: November 2022

Author: Dr. Sian Culley

Category: Webinar


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