Visualization of subdiffusive sites in a live single cell
Keywords:anomalous diffusion, complex diffusion mechanism, imaging, live cell, number of traps
We measured anomalous diffusion in human prostate cancer cells which were transfected with the Alexa633 fluorescent RNA probe and co-transfected with enhanced green fluorescent protein-labeled argonaute2 protein by laser scanning microscopy. The image analysis arose from diffusion based on a
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