Earlier detection of cancer and connective tissue disorders may be possible using atomic force microscopy.
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Atomic force microscopy is a technique that can generate high-resolution images of biological samples too small to be imaged using other techniques.
It works similar to a stylus on a record player: a tiny stylus contacts and moves up and down along the biological sample, while a computer program analyzes these movements and recreates 3D images accordingly.
In essence, it’s a process whereby the topography of almost any surface can be measured and visualized.
This technology is leading to great insights in various fields of research, and has exciting applications in the field of early cancer detection.
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