Recent publication: nanoantenna FCS to probe biomembranes
Understanding the nanoscale organization of the cell membrane is a topic of high current interest. However, conventional optical microscopes fail to provide the combination of high spatial and temporal resolutions needed.
We have recently introduced optical nanoantennas to breach into these limitations and monitor nanoscale structural dynamics on biological membranes. Our latest perspective paper in J Phys Chem Letters: “Optical NanoAntenna Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy to Probe the Nanoscale Dynamics of Biological Membranes” aims to put into a broader context very recent works using nanophotonic techniques to probe the nanoscale organization of biological membranes.
For non-suscribers, it is also freely available on arXiv.