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Seeing is believing: Biologists and physicists produce revealing images of cell organization, behavior
Date:2/16/2013

roperty of light that is often overlooked, because the human eye is not sensitive to polarization. Therefore, we don't have an intuitive understanding of it and optical phenomena that are based on polarization either elude us or we find them difficult to comprehend," Oldenbourg states.

"Like most scientific instruments, the polarized light microscope translates polarization effects so they can be perceived by our senses, in this case by our eyes, and makes them amenable to quantitative and analytical analysis. At the MBL, we are developing polarized light imaging techniques that clearly reveal the otherwise invisible dynamics of single molecules and molecular assemblies in organelles, cells, and tissues."

Other talks in the session will include:

"Navigating the Dynamic Cell"
Jennifer Lippincott-Swartz (National Institutes of Heath/MBL Physiology Course)

"Imaging Three-Dimensional Dynamics in Cells and Embryos"
Eric Betzig (Howard Hughes Medical Institute/MBL Physiology Course and MBL Neurobiology Course)

"Structured Illumination and the Analysis of Single Molecules in Cells"
Rainer Heintzmann (King's College, London)

"Imaging Single Cells in the Breast Tumor Microenvironment"
John Condeelis (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)

"Single Molecule Imaging in Live Cells"
Amy S. Gladfelter (Dartmouth College/MBL Whitman Investigator)


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Contact: Diana Kenney
dkenney@mbl.edu
508-685-3525
Marine Biological Laboratory
Source:Eurekalert  

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