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Tools for Discovery – Imaging Molecular Events in Living Cells
Thursday, July 10, 2003,
8:30:00 AM Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
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Biological imaging of dynamic molecular events in living cells promises to provide new insights into fundamental cellular processes. Recent advances in the tools used for intracellular imaging have opened the door to new information on the spatial and temporal relationships between molecules within the cell. The complex behavior of individual molecules and molecular assemblies and their movement within the cell can now be captured by increasingly sophisticated optical microscopic techniques. This symposium will feature examples of leading technologies that extend the limits of biological imaging to give high resolution detail on dynamic cellular events in vivo.
Wolfhard Almers – Vollum Institute
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz – NICHD, NIH
Ted Salmon – Univ. of North Carolina
Roger Tsien – Univ. California
Shimon Weiss – Univ. California