Live-Cell Imaging Literature References

The technique of imaging living cells on the microscope stage has become an increasingly useful tool with the emergence of synthetic fluorophores and fluorescent proteins to serve as qualitative and quantitative reporters of intracellular structure and dynamics. Live-cell imaging now spans multiple modalities, including widefield (fluorescence, phase contrast, and differential interference contrast), laser scanning confocal, multiphoton, and spinning disk microscopy. This section features a bibliography of literature sources for books, review articles, and the original research reports on the wide spectrum of methodologies currently being implemented for studying living cells.

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