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Continuous active development of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Multiplexing Focused Ultrasound Stimulation with Fluorescence Microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Nanometer-localized multiple single-molecule fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Pulsed local-field fluorescence microscopy: a new approach for measuring cellular signals in the beating heart.Academic Article Why?
Raising the speed limits for 4D fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Saturated two-photon excitation fluorescence microscopy with core-ring illumination.Academic Article Why?
The use of fluorescence microscopy to evaluate elastic fiber pattern in melanocytic neoplasms.Academic Article Why?
Visualizing dynamics of sub-hepatic distribution of nanoparticles using intravital multiphoton fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Fluorescence microscopy and thin-section electron microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Analysis of deoxyribonucleic acid replication in human X chromosomes by fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of single-cell electroporation by using patch-clamp and fluorescence microscopy.Academic Article Why?
X-ray fluorescence microscopy reveals large-scale relocalization and extracellular translocation of cellular copper during angiogenesis.Academic Article Why?
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Long-term intravital immunofluorescence imaging of tissue matrix components with epifluorescence and two-photon microscopy.Academic Article Why?
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