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William E. Moerner Wikidata

Moerner, W. E.‏ ‎ (William Esco),‏ 1953-‏ National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Sweden Slovak National Library

Moerner, William Esco RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France Sudoc [ABES], France

Moerner, W. E. 1953- German National Library National Library of Poland

William E. Moerner chemical physicist from the USA ISNI

Moerner, William Esco, 1953- National Library of the Czech Republic NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Moerner, W. E. BIBSYS

Moerner, W. E. (William Esco) NII (Japan)

VIAF ID: 85174606 (Personal)


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3D single-molecule super-resolution microscopy with a tilted light sheet. Wikidata
Accurate and rapid background estimation in single-molecule localization microscopy using the deep neural network BGnet Wikidata
Accurate phase retrieval of complex 3D point spread functions with deep residual neural networks Wikidata
Asymmetric division yields progeny cells with distinct modes of regulating cell cycle-dependent chromosome methylation Wikidata
Cryogenic single-molecule fluorescence annotations for electron tomography reveal in situ organization of key proteins in Caulobacter Wikidata
Deep learning in single-molecule microscopy: fundamentals, caveats, and recent developments [Invited] Wikidata
Identification of PAmKate as a Red Photoactivatable Fluorescent Protein for Cryogenic Super-Resolution Imaging Wikidata
Improving the Mismatch between Light and Nanoscale Objects with Gold Bowtie Nanoantennas Wikidata
Interferometric Scattering Enables Fluorescence-Free Electrokinetic Trapping of Single Nanoparticles in Free Solution Wikidata
Magnetic resonance of a single molecular spin Wikidata
Motional dynamics of single Patched1 molecules in cilia are controlled by Hedgehog and cholesterol Wikidata
Near-Field Optical Spectroscopy of Individual Molecules in Solids Wikidata
Optical modification of a single impurity molecule in a solid Wikidata
Optische Spektroskopie von einzelnen Dotierungsmolekülen in Festkörpern Wikidata
Organic Photorefractives: Mechanisms, Materials, and Applications Wikidata
Persistent spectral hole-burning, c1988: German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Library of Congress/NACO NII (Japan) National Library of France National Library of Sweden BIBSYS NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Photophysics ofDsRed, a Red Fluorescent Protein, from the Ensemble to the Single-Molecule Level Wikidata
Polymers scale new heights Wikidata
Resolving Mixtures in Solution by Single-Molecule Rotational Diffusivity Wikidata
Scanning interferometric microscopy for the detection of ultrasmall phase shifts in condensed matter Wikidata
Selective sequestration of signalling proteins in a membraneless organelle reinforces the spatial regulation of asymmetry in Caulobacter crescentus Wikidata
Single-molecule diffusometry reveals the nucleotide-dependent oligomerization pathways of Nicotiana tabacum Rubisco activase. Wikidata
Single-molecule exploration of photoprotective mechanisms in light-harvesting complexes Wikidata
Single-molecule spectroscopy and imaging over the decades Wikidata
Single-molecule trapping and spectroscopy reveals photophysical heterogeneity of phycobilisomes quenched by Orange Carotenoid Protein Wikidata
Three-Dimensional Localization of Single Molecules for Super-Resolution Imaging and Single-Particle Tracking. Wikidata German National Library
Topologically-guided continuous protein crystallization controls bacterial surface layer self-assembly. Wikidata
Trapping studies on photorefractive polymers Wikidata

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