Blanc de Titre / Blank of Title by Jean-Luc Nancy (auth.), Susanna Fritscher (eds.)

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Therefore, analogous to electronic circuits, masking techniques can be used to protect the cells of interest and ultraviolet light can be used to eliminate the DNA present in all other undesired cells. The resolution can be theoretically greater than conventional microscopy since ultraviolet light has a shorter wavelength than visible light. Hence, we have the technique of SURF (Fig. 1). SURF requires some practice and modification of existing tools. One primary requirement is the ability to recognize histologic features.

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