Cryogenic Optical Localization Provides 3D Protein Structure Data with Angstrom Resolution

Optical microscopy with angstrom resolution? New research in Nature Communications details Cryogenic Optical Localization in 3D (COLD), a single molecule localization technique utilizing cryogenic temperatures to manipulate photochemical processes, allowing for orders of magnitude higher numbers of photons to be detected than conventionally possible. Multiple sites on small-to-medium size biomolecules are independently localized.

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