Quantitative analysis of time-series fluorescence microscopy using a spot tracking method: application to Min protein dynamics

Unai, Somrit; Kanthang, Paisan; Junthon, Udorn; Ngamsaad, Waipot; Triampo, Wannapong; Modchang, Charin; Krittanai, Chartchai
February 2009
Biologia;Feb2009, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
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