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New microscope developed at MBL reveals nanoscale structural dynamics in live cells

(Marine Biological Laboratory) Scientists at the Marine Biological Laboratory and colleagues have unveiled a new microscope that can track the position and orientation of individual molecules in living cells -- nanoscale measurements that until now have posed a significant challenge.
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