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3D Super-Resolution Nanoscopes Used To Identify Amyloid Plaques

News   Jul 17, 2018 | Original story by Kayla Wiles at Purdue University

 
3D Super-Resolution Nanoscopes Used To Identify Amyloid Plaques

Clearer and more detailed images reveal how amyloid plaques damage the brain, leading to Alzheimer's disease. Photo credit: Fenil Patel, Purdue University

 
 
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