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Optical imaging is an essential core technology in biomedical research and plays a key role in unravelling the complexity of normal and dysfunctional cell mechanisms. The advances in nanoscale optical imaging are enabling the development of novel technologies to enhance therapeutic design. The aim of this journal is to report on the latest development in the field of 2D/3D high-resolution imaging and its direct application to medical and biological research. NanoBioImaging acts as a hub where these highly interdisciplinary topics will be brought together as a unique place to learn about the major results of the latest research. This journal covers all aspects of high-resolution nanoscale optical imaging including beam-shaping technologies, localisation microscopy, structured illumination, multiphotons and nonlinear imaging. The journal also covers the latest research on nanoparticle development for improving imaging quality, resolution and specificity including photoluminescence, SERS, fluorescence enhancement, quantum dots and FRET reporters.
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