Atomic Force Microscopy News and Research

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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.
High-speed atomic force microscopy reveals diverse amyloid structures and dynamics

High-speed atomic force microscopy reveals diverse amyloid structures and dynamics

Atomic force microscopy reveals nanoscale effects of beverages on tooth enamel

Atomic force microscopy reveals nanoscale effects of beverages on tooth enamel

Novel nanospectroscopy measures biomolecular changes induced by drugs in human cells

Novel nanospectroscopy measures biomolecular changes induced by drugs in human cells

Real-time tracking of protein filaments in the nuclear pore complex

Real-time tracking of protein filaments in the nuclear pore complex

Cellular mechanophenotyping may provide more comprehensive view of the tumor

Cellular mechanophenotyping may provide more comprehensive view of the tumor

New insight on mechanism of prions brings hope for treating neurodegenerative diseases

New insight on mechanism of prions brings hope for treating neurodegenerative diseases

NYUAD researchers develop new microfluidic platform to perform cancer liquid biopsies

NYUAD researchers develop new microfluidic platform to perform cancer liquid biopsies

Investigating the nanoscale adhesion mechanisms between polymeric biomaterials and biological samples

Investigating the nanoscale adhesion mechanisms between polymeric biomaterials and biological samples

Research shows how physical cues drive cell migration, cancer metastasis, and treatment

Research shows how physical cues drive cell migration, cancer metastasis, and treatment

Molecular-level understanding of drug interactions could pave way for better malaria treatments

Molecular-level understanding of drug interactions could pave way for better malaria treatments

Single-particle method helps determine isoelectric point of viruses

Single-particle method helps determine isoelectric point of viruses

Researchers reveal how antibodies assemble to form a circle for defensive attack

Researchers reveal how antibodies assemble to form a circle for defensive attack

How the FluidFM ADD-ON brings even more “Bio” into BioAFMs

How the FluidFM ADD-ON brings even more “Bio” into BioAFMs

Virginia Tech professor wins NSF grant to study biofilm formation in bacteria

Virginia Tech professor wins NSF grant to study biofilm formation in bacteria

'Kissing loops' in lncRNA essential for tumor suppressor function

'Kissing loops' in lncRNA essential for tumor suppressor function

Repetitive knee stress and lack of rest can be major causes of ACL failure

Repetitive knee stress and lack of rest can be major causes of ACL failure

Researchers aim to find new treatments for endometriosis patients

Researchers aim to find new treatments for endometriosis patients

Scientists find how various chemical fixatives affect quality of tissue-engineered biomeshes

Scientists find how various chemical fixatives affect quality of tissue-engineered biomeshes

Researchers map virulence factor of influenza A virus in real-time

Researchers map virulence factor of influenza A virus in real-time

Holotomography (HT) technology used to image individual neurons

Holotomography (HT) technology used to image individual neurons