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(Displacement Sensing)
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Inner ear hair cells detect sound through deflection of mechanosensory stereocilia. Each stereocilium is supported by a paracrystalline array of parallel actin filaments that are packed more densely... (View Full Article)
(Positioning Stages, Slides and Guides)
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The hair bundle is both a mechano-sensory antenna and a force generator that might help the vertebrate hair cell from the inner ear to amplify its responsiveness to small stimuli. To study active... (View Full Article)
(Signal Conditioning)
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The scientist's signal processing toolbox for realtime frequency domain characterization of given systems, in particular ones made by state of the art nanooptical engineering, is incomplete. Nowadays... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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The image quality of a two-photon microscope is often degraded by wavefront aberrations induced by the specimen. We demonstrate here that resolution and signal size in two-photon microcopy can be... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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The aminophospholipid phosphatidylserine (PS) is normally restricted to the inner leaflet of the plasma membrane. During certain cellular processes, including apoptosis, PS translocates to the outer... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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Red blood cells are amazingly deformable structures able to recover their initial shape even after large deformations as when passing through tight blood capillaries. The reason for this exceptional... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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Mice are an excellent model for studying mammalian hearing and transgenic mouse models of human hearing, loss are commonly available. However, the mouse cochlea is substantially smaller than other... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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Absorption and reduced scattering coefficients of in-vivo human skin provide critical information on non-invasive skin diagnoses for aesthetic and clinical purposes. To date, very few in-vivo skin... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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The vertebrate ear benefits from nonlinear mechanical amplification to operate over a vast range of sound intensities. The amplificatory process is thought to emerge from active force production by... (View Full Article)
(Optoelectronics)
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The vertebrate ear benefits from nonlinear mechanical amplification to operate over a vast range of sound intensities. The amplificatory process is thought to emerge from active force production by... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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The injection of positive charge carriers (holes) into a single conjugated polymer chain was observed to be light-assisted. This effect may underlie critical, poorly understood organic electronic... (View Full Article)
(Positioning Stages, Slides and Guides)
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The study of molecular dynamics at the single-molecule level with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) and far-field optics has contributed greatly to the functional understanding of complex... (View Full Article)
(Linear and Rotary Motion Components)
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In inner ear hair cells, activation of mechanotransduction channels is followed by extremely rapid deactivation that depends on the influx of Ca2+ through these channels. Although the molecular... (View Full Article)
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We describe an optical method capable of tracking a single fluorescent molecule with a flexible choice of high spatial accuracy (~10-20 nm standard deviation or ~20-40 nm full-width-at-half-maximum)... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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The molecular composition of the hair cell transduction channel has not been identified. Here we explore the novel hypothesis that hair cell transduction channels include HCN subunits. The HCN family... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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Advanced light microscopy offers sensitive and non-invasive means to image neural activity and to control signaling with photolysable molecules and, recently, light-gated channels. These approaches... (View Full Article)
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The form of the malaria parasite inoculated by the mosquito, called the sporozoite, transforms inside the host liver into thousands of a new form of the parasite, called the merozoite, which infects... (View Full Article)
(Microscopy)
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High-Speed tracking of several particles allows measuring dynamic long-range interactions relevant to biotechnology and colloidal physics. In this paper we extend the successful technique of 3D... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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Human adenovirus serotype 35 (HAdV-35; here referred to as Ad35) causes kidney and urinary tract infections and infects respiratory organs of immunocompromised individuals. Unlike other adenoviruses,... (View Full Article)
(Positioning Stages, Slides and Guides)
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One century after Mie's original paper, Mie scattering is still a fertile field of scientific endeavor. We show that the Mie scattering distinguishes the topological charge of light beams with phase... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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HU is one of the most abundant proteins in bacterial chromosomes and participates in nucleoid compaction and gene regulation. We report experiments using DNA stretching that study the dependence of... (View Full Article)
(Linear and Rotary Motion Components)
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Several lines of evidence indicate that very large G-protein-coupled receptor 1 (Vlgr1) makes up the ankle links that connect the stereocilia of hair cells at their base. Here, we show that the... (View Full Article)
(Optoelectronics)
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Silicon phthalocyanine Pc 4 photodynamic therapy (Pc 4-PDT) has emerged as a potentially effective treatment for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL). Noninvasive reflectance and fluorescence spectroscopy... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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We propose two-photon excited fluorescence (TPEF) microscopy employing a novel phase modulation technique of ultra-broadband laser pulses, which allows the relative excitation of an individual... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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We have developed a new method, using a nanopipette, for controlled voltage-driven delivery of individual fluorescently labeled probe molecules to the plasma membrane which we used for single-molecule... (View Full Article)
(Piezoelectric Devices)
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Switching individual photochromic and fluorescent rhodamine amides enables 3D far-field optical microscopy with nanoscale resolution, excellent signal-to-noise ratio, and fast acquisition times. The... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Site selective two-photon tissue image cytometry has previously been successfully applied to measure the number of rare cells in three-dimensional tissue specimens up to cubic millimetres in size.... (View Full Article)
(Optoelectronics)
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Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells (SECs) are generally refractory to extended in vitro culture. In an attempt to recreate some features of the complex set of cues arising from the liver parenchyma,... (View Full Article)
(Optoelectronics)
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High-resolution 3-D imaging of large tissue volumes remains a major challenge in optical microscopy. Commercial macroscopes based on standard wide-field imaging are readily available. When coupled... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Intracellular mRNA localization is a common mechanism to achieve asymmetric distributions of proteins. Previous studies have revealed that in a number of cell types, different mRNA species are... (View Full Article)
(Linear and Rotary Motion Components)
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Inner ear mechanosensory hair cells convert mechanical vibrations into electrical signals via the coordinated interaction of multiple proteins precisely positioned within the sensory hair bundle.... (View Full Article)
(Displacement Sensing)
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The fringe sensor unit (FSU) is the central element of the phase referenced imaging and micro-arcsecond astrometry (PRIMA) dual-feed facility and provides fringe sensing for all observation modes,... (View Full Article)

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