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Live Cell Imaging

     The ability to examine intracellular structure and processes in live cells is fundamental to understanding phenomena underlying diseases and pathways for intervention. To address issues of clinical importance (chosen in conjunction with colleagues in the USC Keck School of Medicine) we are embarked upon studies utilizing optical microscopy, spectroscopy, and imaging of live cells. To find out more, please click on the categories below.

 

I. Epifluorescent and Confocal Microscopy

II. Near-Field Optical Microscopy

III. Real-Time Imaging of Cells Under Stress

 

 

 

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