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Subsurface Imaging of Cell Organelles by Force Microscopy

ACS Nano

Aug 27, 2019

Carlos R GuerreroRicardo A García

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The development of high-resolution, label-free, noninvasive, and subsurface microscopy methods of living cells remains a formidable problem. Force-microscopy-based stiffness measurements contribute to our understanding of single-cell nanomechanics. The elastic properties of the cell's o...read more

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Plasma Membrane
Cell Nucleolus
Cell Nucleus
Cerebral Cortex
Diagnostic Imaging
Microfilaments
Intracellular
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Subsurface Imaging of Cell Organelles by Force Microscopy

ACS Nano

Aug 27, 2019

Carlos R GuerreroRicardo A García

PMID: 31356042

DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.9b04808

Abstract

The development of high-resolution, label-free, noninvasive, and subsurface microscopy methods of living cells remains a formidable problem. Force-microscopy-based stiffness measurements contribute to our understanding of single-cell nanomechanics. The elastic properties of the cell's o...read more

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Plasma Membrane
Cell Nucleolus
Cell Nucleus
Cerebral Cortex
Diagnostic Imaging
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