BAMM technique. Credit: CNBP

Photobleaching, a great advantage in super-multiplexed fluorescence microscopy!

In a recent article, Dr Antony Orth from the Australian Research Council’s, Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP)  explains how to use the photobleaching phenomenon to increase the potential of fluorescence microscopy. The BAMM technique (bleaching-assisted multichannel microscopy) takes advantage of the rate of photobleaching to identify a fluorophore (instead of Read more…

Nanoscopy Wins Nobel

After #microscopy with #fluorescence in high throughput called High Content Screening (HCS), super-resolved fluorescence microscopy was appeared. Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell, and William Moerner have won the 2014 #nobel #prize in #chemistry for their work on this technology. We can imagine that in the near future, we can perform  HCS with super-resolved Read more…