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Use of time lapse microscopy to visualize anoxia-induced suspended animation in C. elegans embryos.Academic Article Why?
Hydrophobic interaction microscopy: mapping the solid/ liquid interface using amphiphilic probe molecules.Academic Article Why?
Scanning electron microscopy of nanoscale chemical patterns.Academic Article Why?
Monitoring Neuronal Survival via Longitudinal Fluorescence Microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Advances in fluorescence microscopy techniques to study kidney function.Academic Article Why?
BeadNet: deep learning-based bead detection and counting in low-resolution microscopy images.Academic Article Why?
Conventional transmission electron microscopy.Academic Article Why?
EllipTrack: A Global-Local Cell-Tracking Pipeline for 2D Fluorescence Time-Lapse Microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Intravital Microscopy in the Mouse Lung.Academic Article Why?
Live Cell Microscopy of Murine Polyomavirus Subnuclear Replication Centers.Academic Article Why?
Superresolved multiphoton microscopy with spatial frequency-modulated imaging.Academic Article Why?
Third harmonic generation microscopy of a mouse retina.Academic Article Why?
Using time-lapse confocal microscopy for analysis of centromere dynamics in human cells.Academic Article Why?
Control and measurement of spatially inhomogeneous polarization distributions in third-harmonic generation microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Corneal collagen cross-linking: a confocal, electron, and light microscopy study of eye bank corneas.Academic Article Why?
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