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Choosing the best imaging method and optimizing it for data collection could be a daunting process.

To fill this require, a new series of laboratory manuals offers been produced by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. The 1st quantity in this series, Imaging: A Laboratory Manual, has just been released. One of the central themes of biology may be the constant modification and transformation of most biological systems, writes Rafael Yuste, Series Editor, in the Preface to the book series. This group of manuals covers imaging methods in the life span sciences-techniques that make an effort to catch these dynamics. Related StoriesLinkam levels in use in the Wolfson Bioimaging Service at the University of Bristol as part of the endocytic sorting analysis of Dr Paul VerkadeDetermining the dynein-dynactin complex structure: an interview with Dr Gabriel C.