Lorenzo Scipioni

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The observation of molecular diffusion at different spatial scales, and in particular below the optical diffraction limit (<200 nm), can reveal details of the subcellular topology and its functional organization. Stimulated-emission depletion microscopy (STED) has been previously combined with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) to investigate(More)
Organelles represent the scale of organization immediately below that of the cell itself, and their composition, size, and number are tailored to their function. Monitoring the size and number of organelles in live cells is relevant for many applications but can be challenging due to their highly heterogeneous properties. Image correlation spectroscopy is a(More)
Image Correlation Spectroscopy (ICS) can be considered the imaging analog of Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy [1]. A wide variety of ICS-based methods (e.g. STICS, RICS, ICCS, kICS) have been developed as quantitative tools to investigate properties related to the transport (diffusion and flow), oligomerization state and interactions of fluorescent(More)
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