Recent Advances in AFM for Microbiological Research

This presentation discusses the latest advancements in Bruker’s atomic force microscopy (AFM) modes, techniques and technology for novel microbiological research.

Recent advances include the optically-guided force spectroscopy, high-speed AFM imaging and nanomechanical mapping of individual microbial cell wall structures. AFM is increasingly being used to study microorganisms like fungi, bacteria and viruses.

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AFM | Advances in Atomic Force Microscopy Technology for Microbiological Research | Bruker

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