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Multidimensional and multifunctional super-resolution microscopy

Ke Xu

Recent advances in super-resolution fluorescence microscopy have led to ~10 nm spatial resolution and exciting new biology. We are developing new approaches to advance beyond the structural (shape) information offered by existing super-resolution methods, and reveal multidimensional information of intracellular functional parameters, including chemical polarity, diffusivity, and reactivity, with nanoscale resolution and single-molecule sensitivity. By adding remarkably rich functional dimensions to the already powerful super-resolution microscopy, we thus open up new ways to reveal fascinating local heterogeneities in live cells.

Speaker: Ke Xu, UC Berkeley

Tuesday, 09/17/19

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Latimer Hall

UC Berkeley
Room 120
Berkeley, CA 94720