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Fluorescence Microscopy Technique Provides New Views of Biological Processes

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Author: Eric A. Drier, Ph.D.
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Mad City Labs Inc.

Introduction to the technique of MicroMirror TIRF (total internal reflection fluorescence) microscopy. The MicroMirror TIRF microscopy technique offers significant signal-to-noise ratio improvements compared to dichroic based TIRF microscopy when using multiple wavelength light sources. Short overview of the types of biological processes that can be studied via this method. Mad City Labs is the only commercial provider of a MicroMirror TIRF microscope.

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