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Feb 5, 2024 by IDEX Health & Science

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AuthorsYearTitleJournal DOINotes
Wong, K. K. L., Li, T., Fu, T. M., Liu, G., Lyu, C., Kohani, S., ... & Luo, L.2023Origin of wiring specificity in an olfactory map revealed by neuron type–specific, time-lapse imaging of dendrite Eric Betzig was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for "the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy"
Wang K, Milkie DE, Saxena A, Engerer P, Misgeld T, Bronner ME, Mumm J, Betzig E.2014Rapid adaptive optical recovery of optimal resolution over large volumesNat Methods;11(6) 
Watkins, S.C. and St. Croix, C.M.2013Building a Live Cell Microscope: What You Need and How to Do ItCurrent Protocols in Cytometry, 65: 
Shurer CR, Kuo JC, Roberts LM, Gandhi JG, Colville MJ, Enoki TA, Pan H, Su J, Noble JM, Hollander MJ, O'Donnell JP, Yin R, Pedram K, Möckl L, Kourkoutis LF, Moerner WE, Bertozzi CR, Feigenson GW, Reesink HL, Paszek MJ.2019Physical Principles of Membrane Shape Regulation by the Glycocalyx.Cell177(7), 1757–
Möckl, L., Pedram, K., Roy, A. R., Krishnan, V., Gustavsson, A. K., Dorigo, O., Bertozzi, C. R., & Moerner, W. E.2019Quantitative Super-Resolution Microscopy of the Mammalian GlycocalyxDevelopmental cell50(1), 57– 
Sanchez, T., Chen, D. T., DeCamp, S. J., Heymann, M., & Dogic, Z.2012Spontaneous motion in hierarchically assembled active matter.Nature491(7424), 
Maiti, A., Buffalo, C. Z., Saurabh, S., Montecinos-Franjola, F., Hachey, J. S., Conlon, W. J., ... & Rodriguez, E. A.2023Structural and photophysical characterization of the small ultra-red fluorescent protein.  Nature communications14(1), 
Lin, M. Z., Miyawaki, A., & Tsien, R. Y.2010Fluorescent proteins illuminate cell biology. Venus515(528),
Ronzitti, E., Conti, R., Zampini, V., Tanese, D., Foust, A. J., Klapoetke, N., ... & Emiliani, V. 2017Submillisecond optogenetic control of neuronal firing with two-photon holographic photoactivation of chronos. Journal of Neuroscience37(44), 10679-10689. 
Brown, J. W., Bauer, A., Polinkovsky, M. E., Bhumkar, A., Hunter, D. J., Gaus, K., ... & Gambin, Y.  2019Single-molecule detection on a portable 3D-printed microscopeNature Communications10(1), 
Ross, B., Wong, S. H., Snell, N. E., Zhang, J., & Rizzo, M. A.2019Triple fluorescence anisotropy reporter imaging in living cellsBio-protocol9(9), e3226-e3226DOI:10.21769/BioProtoc.3226