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Mirror-Enhanced Microscopy Captures Cell Behaviors

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A novel technique for growing cells on miniature mirrors and imaging them using super-resolution microscopy may provide a way to view cell structures at a micron scale. The technique uses light waves to create interference patterns as light passes through the cell on the way to the mirror, which reflects the light back through the cell. Researchers Phil Santangelo and Eric Alonas are shown with a spinning disk confocal microscope used to image cells. Santangelo is a professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University; Alonas is a...Read full article

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