Special Issue "Development and Application of Super-Resolution Imaging Methods for Biological Research"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 May 2021.
2. Molecular BioEngineering Group，School of Life Sciences, Westlake University, China
Interests: fluorescent biosensors; optogenetics; expension microscop; neuroengineering
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Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Advanced Fluorescent Probes for Structural and Functional Imaging of Biological Systems 2.0
Biological research and biomedicine are increasingly reliant on optical methods for imaging the structure and function of biological systems. Addressing the most pressing needs in biological research requires visualization and mapping biomolecules with nanoscale precision. Recent advances in optical techniques in combination with the development of novel molecular probes made it possible to break the diffraction limit of conventional optical microscopy, establishing super-resolution microscopy, for which the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded. The field of super-resolution microscopy remains extremely dynamic and fast-growing and new methods and techniques are emerging all the time.
We would like to kindly invite you to contribute to the Special Issue "Development and Application of Super-Resolution Imaging Methods for Biological Research" of the International Journal of Molecular Sciences (Impact Factor 4.556). The Special Issue will elucidate the development and application of new imaging methods and techniques that enable sub-diffraction imaging of biological systems. Novel molecular probes and sample preparation techniques that enhance existing super-resolution methods or provide new modalities in super-resolution imaging are also within the scope of the Special Issue. Papers may also focus on addressing important biological questions using super-resolution imaging techniques. The Special Issue will provide a forum for sharing and discussing perspectives on the development of the field within biological research. Review articles can cover recent advances in the field of super-resolution microscopy or molecular probes for super-resolution microscopy, or novel or emerging techniques for sub-diffraction imaging.
Dr. Kiryl Piatkevich
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- 4Pi microscopy
- STED and two-photon STED
- localization microscopy
- structured illumination microscopy
- super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging
- light-sheet microscopy
- expansion microscopy
- light-induced photoconversion
- application of photostable emitters
- tissue clearing
- sample magnification via isotropic expansion
- multiplexed staining
- fluorescent proteins
- advanced antibodies and nanobodies
- novel or special dyes
- new instrumentation and new techniques
- enhanced resolution
- in vivo application
- large sample imaging
- high throughput, working distance