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Individual Lab Assessments

Lab Assessment 1

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Later stage cyanobacterial cell death visualized by the TUNEL assay.

Lab Assessment 2

This Research article explains the achievement of reaching a spatial differentiation which is not limited to light as well as introducing the new and highly technological Super Resolution Florescence Microscopy methods. It addresses the benefits and advances made within the present time and past in regards to optical microscopes leading to the birth of Super resolution fluorescence microscopy techniques. This article focuses mainly on the different branches and types of Super Resolution Microscopy and their different parameters and uses in cell biology observations.

The article addresses the limitations of current optical microscopy, mostly about the diffraction which light undergoes when observing things in high magnification. Super Resolution Florescence Microscopy has managed to overcome these light diffraction barriers providing high resolution imagery as well as being able to observe specimens and structures in a live sample in comparison to other methods.[2]



  1. <pubmed>23822984</pubmed>
  2. <pubmed>19489737</pubmed>

Useful Resources

Mark Hills Test Page

Cells Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes

PMID 25513760

<pubmed>25513760</pubmed> <pubmed>25754732</pubmed>