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Atomic force microscopy is a type of scanning probe microscopy used to image the surface of a substance, but at an atomic level. It can map the surface structure of different substances to understand how different structures interact with each other. This is done using a cantilever, which is similar to a vinyl record needle.
Altered sugar composition impacts cell-to-surface adhesion

Altered sugar composition impacts cell-to-surface adhesion

High-speed atomic force microscopy sheds light on structure, dynamics of intrinsically disordered proteins

High-speed atomic force microscopy sheds light on structure, dynamics of intrinsically disordered proteins

High-speed AFM enables real-time visualization of influenza A hemagglutinin during viral entry

High-speed AFM enables real-time visualization of influenza A hemagglutinin during viral entry

High-sensitivity atomic force microscopy opens up for photosensitive materials

High-sensitivity atomic force microscopy opens up for photosensitive materials

Understanding the dynamics of amyloids is crucial to treat Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases

Understanding the dynamics of amyloids is crucial to treat Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases

Evaluating the impact of sugary and acidic drinks on tooth enamel

Evaluating the impact of sugary and acidic drinks on tooth enamel

A novel technique to control and visualize functions of living cells

A novel technique to control and visualize functions of living cells

Study shows how proteins prevent DNA replication errors

Study shows how proteins prevent DNA replication errors

New study could help develop artificial photosynthetic technology for energy production

New study could help develop artificial photosynthetic technology for energy production

Study shows how the innate immune system fights off toxin-producing bacteria

Study shows how the innate immune system fights off toxin-producing bacteria

Cellular mechanophenotyping may help better understand tumor cells

Cellular mechanophenotyping may help better understand tumor cells

Breaking Down Stubborn Cellulose In Time Lapse

Breaking Down Stubborn Cellulose In Time Lapse

New framework for understanding and combating antibiotic resistance

New framework for understanding and combating antibiotic resistance

Physical properties of extracellular bacterial membrane vesicles are significantly diverse

Physical properties of extracellular bacterial membrane vesicles are significantly diverse