From the reviews:
"Light Microscopy has returned to fashion through the synergy of green fluorescent protein and a clutch of techniques involving some permutation of lasers, mathematics and acronyms, which offer the prospect of watching biological molecules at work inside living cells. This volume provides an introduction to these techniques … . this volume will be a longer-term reference for anyone who wants to understand how these methods actually work. In this respect it is excellent." (John Armstrong, Microbiology Today, July, 2006)"Advances in microscopy techniques have recently had a tremendous impact on research in biochemistry and molecular biology. While the study of biochemical reactions was formerly confined to cuvette-based measurements of purified biomolecules, it is now possible for investigators to make such analyses inside the complex environment of living cells and organisms.
This review series covers trends in modern biotechnology, including all aspects of this interdisciplinary technology, requiring knowledge, methods, and expertise from chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, genetics, chemical engineering and computer science.
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