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    Super-resolution Imaging of Live BY2 Cells Using 3D-structured Illumination Microscopy
    Authors:  Karen Bell, Karl Oparka and Kirsten Knox, date: 01/05/2016, view: 8135, Q&A: 0
    [Abstract] Light microscopy is the standard tool for studying sub-cellular structures however, owing to the diffractive properties of light, resolution is limited to 200 nm. Super-resolution microscopy methods circumvent this limit, offering greater resolution, particularly when studying fluorescently labeled sub-cellular structures. Super-resolution methods ...

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