Special Issue "Advanced Fluorescent Probes for Structural and Functional Imaging of Biological Systems 2.0"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2021) | Viewed by 12548
Interests: fluorescent biosensors; optogenetics; expension microscop; neuroengineering
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Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Development and Application of Super-Resolution Imaging Methods for Biological Research
Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Development and Application of Super-resolution Imaging Methods for Biological Research 2.0
We would like to kindly invite you to contribute to the Special Issue "Advanced Molecular Probes for Structural and Functional Imaging of Biological Systems" of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (Impact Factor 4.556). The Special Issue will elucidate the engineering, validation, and application of cutting-edge molecular probes for functional and structural imaging, from cells to intact animals. Novel imaging modalities enabling greater utility of such probes, as well as new biological findings gleaned from experiments performed using these probes, are also within the scope of the Special Issue.
Research articles may present the design and development of novel fluorescent proteins and biosensors as well as biochemical, spectroscopic, structural, and biophysical studies that help elucidate the molecular mechanisms of fluorescence and the biosensing of such probes. Application articles should demonstrate the use of novel molecular probes in complex samples or present new imaging modalities that expand the application of currently available probes. Papers may also focus on addressing important biological questions using advanced molecular probes. In addition, the Special Issue will provide a forum for sharing and discussing perspectives on the development of the field in the next several years. Perspectives should present the authors’ opinions on important new directions in molecular probe design and application. Reviews can cover recent advances in the field of fluorescent proteins and biosensors, or novel or emerging class of fluorescent proteins or biosensors.
Dr. Kiryl D. Piatkevich
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Fluorescent proteins
- Fluorescent biosensors
- In vivo microscopy
- Super-resolution microscopy
- Protein engineering