Session Title: Single Molecule Biophysics with Advanced Techniques

Session Summary:Recent developments in single-molecule imaging techniques not only allow for the direct monitoring of diffusion dynamics and molecular interactions in living cells, but they also enable super-resolution imaging, thereby overcoming the diffraction limit. This session will discuss such recent advances in single-molecule biophysics techniques, which are used in a wide range of biological processes, including transcription, translation, condensate formation, transport, and signal transduction.

Chairs/Speakers
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  • Masataka Yanagawa
  • (Tohoku University)
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  • Doory Kim
  • (Hanyang University)
Speakers
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  • Ke Xu
  • (University of California, Berkeley)
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  • Sangjin Kim
  • (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
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  • Scott Blanchard
  • (St. Jude Children's Research Hospital)