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Antenna-Based Near-Field Nanoscopy of Individual Membrane Proteins in Erythrocytes

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Antenna-based near-field microscopy uses nanoscopic metal particles to localize incident laser radiation down to 50 nm. Imaging erythrocyte plasma-membranes with this technique identifies individual calcium ion pumps and reveals their inhomogeneous distribution within the plasma-membrane

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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