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Prof. Takeharu Nagai commented in Nature Method.

December 4, 2018

Prof. Takeharu Nagai commented in Nature Method.

 Professor Takeharu Nagai, Department of Biomolecular Science and Engineering, commented in the Technology Feature in this month issue of Nature Methods. He is developing several techniques of the super-resolution imaging using photoswitchable protein Kohinoor. This article is commented “Specialty probes give super-res imaging that special blink”.

 See more… https://www.nature.com/articles/s41592-018-0231-8

Super-resolved image of actin filaments labeled with Kohinoor the fast photoswitchable fluorescent protein [Tiwari et al, 2005] in a HeLa cell observed by SPoD-ExPAN [Wazawa et al, 2018]

Super-resolved image of actin filaments labeled with Kohinoor the fast photoswitchable fluorescent protein
[Tiwari et al, 2005] in a HeLa cell observed by SPoD-ExPAN [Wazawa et al, 2018]

Tiwari, D.K. et al. A fast- and positively photoswitchable fluorescent protein for ultralow-laser-power RESOLFT nanoscopy. Nat. Methods 12, 515-518 (2015)
https://www.nature.com/articles/nmeth.3362

Wazawa, T. et al. Highly biocompatible super-resolution fluorescence imaging using the fast photoswitching fluorescent protein Kohinoor and SPoD-ExPAN with Lp-regularized image reconstruction. Microscopy 67, 89–98 (2018)
https://academic.oup.com/jmicro/article/67/2/89/4835695

  • Takeharu Nagai
    Professor
    The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
    Depertment of Biomolecular Science and Engineering
    Team leader of Singularity biology Project supported by JSPS
    Awarded “Osaka Science Prize” in 2018.

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HOME > Prof. Takeharu Nagai commented in Nature Method.

Prof. Takeharu Nagai commented in Nature Method.

December 4, 2018

Prof. Takeharu Nagai commented in Nature Method.

 Professor Takeharu Nagai, Department of Biomolecular Science and Engineering, commented in the Technology Feature in this month issue of Nature Methods. He is developing several techniques of the super-resolution imaging using photoswitchable protein Kohinoor. This article is commented “Specialty probes give super-res imaging that special blink”.

 See more… https://www.nature.com/articles/s41592-018-0231-8

Super-resolved image of actin filaments labeled with Kohinoor the fast photoswitchable fluorescent protein [Tiwari et al, 2005] in a HeLa cell observed by SPoD-ExPAN [Wazawa et al, 2018]

Super-resolved image of actin filaments labeled with Kohinoor the fast photoswitchable fluorescent protein
[Tiwari et al, 2005] in a HeLa cell observed by SPoD-ExPAN [Wazawa et al, 2018]

Tiwari, D.K. et al. A fast- and positively photoswitchable fluorescent protein for ultralow-laser-power RESOLFT nanoscopy. Nat. Methods 12, 515-518 (2015)
https://www.nature.com/articles/nmeth.3362

Wazawa, T. et al. Highly biocompatible super-resolution fluorescence imaging using the fast photoswitching fluorescent protein Kohinoor and SPoD-ExPAN with Lp-regularized image reconstruction. Microscopy 67, 89–98 (2018)
https://academic.oup.com/jmicro/article/67/2/89/4835695

  • Takeharu Nagai
    Professor
    The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
    Depertment of Biomolecular Science and Engineering
    Team leader of Singularity biology Project supported by JSPS
    Awarded “Osaka Science Prize” in 2018.