Understanding immune signaling using advanced imaging techniques.

Brameshuber M, Klotzsch E, Ponjavic A, Sezgin E

Biochem. Soc. Trans. 50 (2) 853-866 [2022-04-29; online 2022-03-29]

Advanced imaging is key for visualizing the spatiotemporal regulation of immune signaling which is a complex process involving multiple players tightly regulated in space and time. Imaging techniques vary in their spatial resolution, spanning from nanometers to micrometers, and in their temporal resolution, ranging from microseconds to hours. In this review, we summarize state-of-the-art imaging methodologies and provide recent examples on how they helped to unravel the mysteries of immune signaling. Finally, we discuss the limitations of current technologies and share our insights on how to overcome these limitations to visualize immune signaling with unprecedented fidelity.

Erdinc Sezgin

SciLifeLab Fellow

PubMed 35343569

DOI 10.1042/BST20210479

Crossref 10.1042/BST20210479

pmc: PMC9162467
pii: 231080


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