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    Graphene Enables Live Cell Imaging at the Nanoscale

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    Researchers at the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Technology (DGIST) have introduced a method for analyzing subcellular structures using graphene. The work holds implications for the research of biological processes such as the mechanisms of certain diseases.

    According to the researchers, the impetus for the work stems from a desire to step away from conventional imaging techniques that are unable to deliver insight into a sample’s structures.
    Professor Dae Won Moon (sitting) and Dr. Heejin Lim (standing) in their lab at the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Technology (DGIST). Courtesy of DGIST.
    “Most advanced nanoimaging techniques use accelerated electron or ion beams in ultrahigh vacuum environments. To introduce cells…

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    Feb, 18 2021 |

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