Advances in Optical Microscopy for Bioimaging
Light microscopy has become the most widely used quantitative technique for biologists. Since the 1980s, optical designs are configured to match the requirements of biological microscopists - be it sample preparation, hardware designs, or software needs. For this special issue, we invite both theoretical and experimental original research papers highlighting new developments in light microscopy and the advantages of specific methods for biomedical imaging. We hope to encourage the community to share their latest developments, views, experimental designs, and research results on key biological areas, pushing the developments of microscopy and imaging methods.
Guest Editor: Kirti Prakash, Rainer Heintzmann, Uri Manor, Carlas Smith, and Ondrej Stranik