Stefan Bergner

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This review discusses advances in the field of high resolution scanning electrochemical microscopy (HR-SECM) and scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM) to study living cells. Relevant references from the advent of this technique in the late 1980s to most recent contributions in 2012 are presented with special discussion on high resolution images. A(More)
Epithelial cell monolayers from rat kidney were imaged by scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) with sub-micrometer resolution in both lateral and vertical direction. Platinum disk ultra-microelectrodes (UMEs) with effective electrode radii between 200 and 600 nm were operated in the constant-height mode. The quality of the recorded SECM images compare(More)
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