Immobilization techniques of bacteria for live super-resolution imaging using structured illumination microscopy
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- Methods in Molecular Biology, 2017, 1535 pp. 197 - 209
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ï¿½ Springer Science+Business Media New York 2017. Advancements in optical microscopy technology have allowed huge progression in the ability to understand protein structure and dynamics in live bacterial cells using fluorescence microscopy. Paramount to high quality microscopy is good sample preparation to avoid bacterial cell movement that can result in motion blur during image acquisition. Here, we describe two techniques of sample preparation that reduce unwanted cell movement and are suitable for application to a number of bacterial species and imaging methods.
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