Atomic Force Microscopy Webinars

BioAFM & Their Applications in Cell Studies

In current cell studies, researchers are no longer satisfied with just some nice images. Beyond the topography, efforts have been devoted to unveiling the details in functional and mechanical aspects. Atomic force microscopy offers a straightforward solution for such requirements.

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As part of the Bruker BioAFM series, this webinar — BioAFM & Their Applications in Cell Studies — focuses on new developments in BioAFM technology and their applications in cell studies.

Thanks to advancements in high-speed AFM, fine details involved in dynamic processes happening at the cell surface can be well resolved well in real-time. This webinar explores this, discussing:

  • How AFMs' high resolution under physiological conditions makes it possible for researchers to better understand cells and their environments.
  • The ways that the simultaneous capture of mechanical information with cell topography in AFM images bridges the gap between cell structure and mechanical properties. 
  • How combining AFM and optical techniques unleashes even greater possibilities for cell microscopy.


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This webinar was presented on: May 8, 2019