Special Issue "Application of Advanced Imaging to the Study of Virus Replication"
A special issue of Viruses (ISSN 1999-4915).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2017).
Prof. Barbara Müller
Prof. Don C. Lamb
Dept. of Physical Chemistry, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany
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Interests: Ultra-sensitive fluorescence methods, Advanced Microscopy Methods, Live-Cell Imaging, Fluorescence Fluctuation Spectroscopies, Single Molecule Studies, Single Virus Tracing, Protein function and dynamics, Chaperon Assisted Protein Folding, DNA Nanodevices
For decades, electron microscopy has been the method of choice for the visualization of viruses. More recently, novel fluorescence imaging approaches, e.g. super-resolution microscopy, image correlation, and single-molecule techniques, combined with innovative labeling strategies and tracking algorithms, have opened new and exciting possibilities to study the dynamics of virus–host cell interactions and provide insights into the architecture of subviral structures in a complex cellular environment.
This Special Issue of Viruses covers recent advances in virology achieved by employing modern fluorescence imaging techniques. We would like to assemble a collection of primary research papers and reviews that focus on insights in the field of virus–cell or virus–host interaction obtained using advanced fluorescence microscopy or spectroscopy approaches. Topics may include virus imaging, single virus tracing or fluorescence analyses, as well as novel labeling strategies or image analysis methods used to elucidate quantitative and dynamic aspects of virus replication and spread.
Dr. Barbara Müller
Prof. Don C. Lamb
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Fluorescence microscopy
- live-cell imaging
- super-resolution microscopy
- fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
- image correlation spectroscopy
- single-molecule studies