Multiphoton microscopy is allowing immunologists to watch infections as they happen. Jeanne Erdmann pulls up a seat.
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See multiphoton movies at http://tinyurl.com/n35ufp and http://tinyurl.com/mb6l45
Jeanne Erdmann is a freelance writer based in Wentzville, Missouri.
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Erdmann, J. Immunology: Lights, camera, infection. Nature 460, 568–570 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/460568a