Recent advances in human viruses imaging studies

@article{Florian2016RecentAI,
  title={Recent advances in human viruses imaging studies},
  author={Paula Ecaterina Florian and Yves Rouill{\'e} and Simona Maria Ruță and Norica Branza Nichita and Anca Roșeanu},
  journal={Journal of Basic Microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={56}
}
Microscopy techniques are often exploited by virologists to investigate molecular details of critical steps in viruses’ life cycles such as host cell recognition and entry, genome replication, intracellular trafficking, and release of mature virions. Fluorescence microscopy is the most attractive tool employed to detect intracellular localizations of various stages of the viral infection and monitor the pathogen‐host interactions associated with them. Super‐resolution microscopy techniques have… 

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