[Daisuke Asanuma] Development of molecular technology for next-generation bioimaging

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Daisuke Asanuma

The University of Tokyo
Garaduate School of Medicine
Assistant Professor

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Fluorescence imaging has made it possible to observe the activities of living cells and has contributed to elucidating many physiological phenomena. However, there is a severe restriction on the current observation due to photobleaching that fluorescent molecules break by the excitation light. In this research, I will develop an innovative molecular technology that solves the problem of photobleaching and, therefore, realizes fluorescence imaging with enhanced performance including super-resolution observation.

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