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Researchers at the University of Rochester and the Fresnel Institute in France developed a method for visualizing molecules’ position and orientation in 3D, as well as their oscillations. The technique could allow for greater insights into the biological processes involved when a cell and the proteins that regulate its functions react to a COVID-19 virus.
The technology, coordinate and height superresolution imaging with dithering and orientation (CHIDO), designed and built by co-lead authors Valentina Curcio, a Ph.D. student in Sophie Brasselet’s group at the Fresnel Institute, and Luis A. Aleman-Castaneda, a Ph.D. student in Miguel Alonso’s group at the University of Rochester, is based on a device crafted by…READ MORE