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While extremely valuable in sample analysis, superresolution imaging has historically had its limitations. Among its obstacles are the confinement of most of the images it generates to two dimensions and the length of time needed to capture the information provided within them. But a team of researchers has outlined how a confluence of optical methods along with superresolution imaging is enhancing the effectiveness of science and medicine.
In our cover story in this edition of EuroPhotonics, Jakub Pospisil, Thomas Huser, and Judith Heidelin describe how superresolution imaging, when used in conjunction with light sheet microscopy, can reveal a large sample at cellular resolution and can do so at depth. By using fluorophores in a…READ MORE