Quantitative Single Molecule Microscopy and Spectroscopy

Thursday, 21 September 2017 - 3:30pm
Jing Liu, Assistant Professor, IUPUI Physics Department
Refreshments at 3:00 pm in the Physics Conference Room LD 154B

With the development of state-of-art optical microscopes and imaging systems, more and more fine structures of biological environments have inaccessible by conventional optical microscopy, furthermore validates the tracking of dynamic biological activities at a single molecule level. This talk will give a comprehensive description about the single molecule imaging and spectroscopy, including super resolution imaging, single been disclosed to researchers. Detecting, visualizing, and localizing single molecules not only enables super resolution imaging of biological targets molecule tracking, optical tweezer, fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy, and Froster energy transfer, etc. The primary focus of the talk is to illustrate the power of optical and imaging methodology on critical biological challenges.

 

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