Super-resolution microscopy demystified

Schermelleh, Lothar and Ferrand, Alexia and Huser, Thomas and Eggeling, Christian and Sauer, Markus and Biehlmaier, Oliver and Drummen, Gregor P. C.. (2019) Super-resolution microscopy demystified. Nature Cell Biology , 21 (1). pp. 72-84.

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Super-resolution microscopy (SRM) bypasses the diffraction limit, a physical barrier that restricts the optical resolution to roughly 250 nm and was previously thought to be impenetrable. SRM techniques allow the visualization of subcellular organization with unprecedented detail, but also confront biologists with the challenge of selecting the best-suited approach for their particular research question. Here, we provide guidance on how to use SRM techniques advantageously for investigating cellular structures and dynamics to promote new discoveries.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Biozentrum > Services Biozentrum > Imaging Core Facility (Biehlmaier)
UniBasel Contributors:Biehlmaier, Oliver and Loynton-Ferrand, Alexia
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Nature Publishing Group
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