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From Single Molecules to Tissues: Application of Correlative BioAFM in Microscopy Core Facilities

Over the last three decades, atomic force microscopy (AFM) has been an indispensable tool for the analysis of a wide range of sample types, from single molecules, proteins and nucleic acids, to cells and tissues.

Unlike other conventional microscopy techniques, such as fluorescence and electron microscopy, AFM can be performed in a near physiological sample environment without further need for sample processing or modifications.

Download this listicle to learn about:

  • Advances of optical integration with AFM and its applications
  • How AFM can be applied to different research areas
  • The different AFM microscopy solutions available to scientists