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Donald Ingber

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Ten-color super-resolution images (artificially arranged into one composite) of synthetic DNA nanostructures display patterns that resemble the numerals “0” through "9" (image 1). This Exchange-PAINT image simultaneously spots the microtubules (green), mitochondria (purple), Golgi apparatus (red), and peroxisomes (yellow) from a single human cell (image 2).

Sharper image

How researchers can capture ultrasharp images of multiple cell components at once, and why that’s important