Close to the Edge
New single-molecule microscopy technique lets researchers see lipid membranes in unique detail
Lauren Robertson | | Quick Read
Using traditional techniques, such as MS, it’s difficult for scientists to image cell membranes without destroying them in the process. Now, researchers have developed a new system – single-molecule orientation localization microscopy (SMOLM) – that is not only nondestructive, but provides a higher-resolution view of lipid membranes than previously possible (1).
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