Imaging viruses : from single molecule to diagnosis
The rise of optical super-resolution microscopy has now made it possible to observe viruses and viral components within particles and within host (living) cells.
This one day webinar is to make the point on what is now accessible to researchers in terms of virus replication, trafic, assembly, and mechanical properties at the nanoscale, and how it makes viruses identification and diagnosis possible using photonic and atomic force microscopies.
To attend this day, please register directly here. 6 talks of 10 min will be selected.
You can apply for a talk by sending a short abstract (300 words max) by following the instructions provided along the registration procedure.
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