New view reveals hot molecules

A stimulated-emission microscopy technique lets researchers see in color previously unseen molecules--those that generate heat rather than fluorescing. The technique may aid in color-mapping the delivery of non-fluorescent drugs to target cells; another use may be imaging blood vessels, cells and single capillaries. Article

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