Imaging aspects of cardiovascular disease at the cell and molecular level

Abstract

Cell and molecular imaging has a long and distinguished history. Erythrocytes were visualized microscopically by van Leeuwenhoek in 1674, and microscope technology has evolved mightily since the first single-lens instruments, and now incorporates many types that do not use photons of light for image formation. The combination of these instruments with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00418-008-0444-5

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@article{Taatjes2008ImagingAO, title={Imaging aspects of cardiovascular disease at the cell and molecular level}, author={Douglas J Taatjes and Marilyn P. Wadsworth and Anthony S. Quinn and Jacob H. Rand and Edwin G. Bovill and B. E. Sobel}, journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology}, year={2008}, volume={130}, pages={235 - 245} }