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Since microscopes were first invented, scientists have constantly been drawn to these marvellous machines. This is because microscopes provide their user with the ability to view first hand minuscule objects and processes they have often dedicated their entire careers to studying. It is this ability to view biology at work in both space and time, from a single molecule to an entire organism that makes imaging such a powerful tool. In this Special Feature, we have compiled a series of articles that discuss the history of microscopes and imaging modalities. We look at how current platforms have influenced basic research of immunology and cell biology as well as their use in the clinic to diagnose and treat disease. We also discuss how future developments in technology will open avenues for an even deeper understanding of fundamental principles in biology and the challenges associated with handling vast amounts of data generated by technology that gives such a high level of deta iled information. Immunology & Cell Biology thanks the coordinator of this Special Feature - Edwin Hawkins - for his planning and input.

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Tumour vessel normalization and immune checkpoint blockade: a new synergism

Ruth Ganss

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 497-498; advance online publication, May 23, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.30

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Advanced microscopy and imaging techniques in immunology and cell biology  

Edwin D Hawkins

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 499-500; 10.1038/icb.2017.34

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In vitro tracking and intracellular protein distribution in immunology  

Kajal Zibaei and Sarah M Russell

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 501-505; advance online publication, April 10, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.29

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Intravital microscopy in historic and contemporary immunology  

Judith Secklehner, Cristina Lo Celso and Leo M Carlin

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 506-513; advance online publication, April 3, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.25

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Viewing immune regulation as it happens: in vivo imaging for investigation of regulatory T-cell function  

Michael J Hickey and Zachary Chow

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 514-519; advance online publication, April 19, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.33

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The reinvention of twentieth century microscopy for three-dimensional imaging  

Lachlan W Whitehead, Kate McArthur, Niall D Geoghegan and Kelly L Rogers

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 520-524; advance online publication, April 27, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.36

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Machine learning applications in cell image analysis  

Andrey Kan

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 525-530; advance online publication, March 15, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.16

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Imaging to study solid tumour origin and progression: lessons from research and clinical oncology  

Stefania Raimondo and Giovanni Zito

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 531-537; advance online publication, April 4, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.17

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Myeloid-derived suppressor cells can be efficiently generated from human hematopoietic progenitors and peripheral blood monocytes

Sílvia Casacuberta-Serra, Marta Parés, Arantxa Golbano, Elisabet Coves, Carmen Espejo and Jordi Barquinero

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 538-548; advance online publication, January 21, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.4

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Predominant contribution of DGKζ over DGKα in the control of PKC/PDK-1-regulated functions in T cells

Antonia Ávila-Flores, Javier Arranz-Nicolás, Elena Andrada, Denise Soutar and Isabel Mérida

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 549-563; advance online publication, February 6, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.7

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Development of SH2 probes and pull-down assays to detect pathogen-induced, site-specific tyrosine phosphorylation of the TLR adaptor SCIMP

Lin Luo, Samuel J Tong, Adam A Wall, Tatiana Khromykh, Matthew J Sweet and Jennifer L Stow

Immunol Cell Biol 2017 95: 564-570; advance online publication, March 14, 2017; 10.1038/icb.2017.10

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