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Spinning-disk Microscope Peers into the Heart of a Cell

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LONDON, Oct. 10, 2013 — A new microscopy technique with unprecedented focusing ability will allow structures deep within cells, including viruses and bacteria, to be investigated for the first time. The new microscopy technique, called spinning disk statistical imaging (SDSI), uses a spinning disk system to image structures 80 nm or less anywhere in the cell. It was developed at Queen Mary University of London by Dr. Neveen Hosny, a bioengineer working with professor Martin Knight of the School of Engineering and Materials Science, along with Dr. Ann Wheeler of Queen Mary’s Blizard Institute. ...Read full article

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