October 30, 2019, via Nikon BioImaging Lab
What's New on MicroscopyU
We’re happy to announce that we’ve updated our article on Single-Molecule Super-Resolution Imaging. This article now contains an in-depth discussion of sample preparation, including near-comprehensive tables listing known fluorescent probes and buffer systems for single molecule localization microscopies.
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The resolving power of a microscope is the most important feature of the optical system.
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Discussion of birefringence, Brewster's angle, and various forms of polarized light.
A mechanism to translate variations in phase into corresponding changes in amplitude.
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Spatial Resolution in Digital Imaging
Spatial resolution refers to the number of pixels utilized in construction of the image.
Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM) Imaging
Review the basic steps involved in acquiring a STORM super-resolution image.
Numerical Aperture and Image Resolution
Explore how objective numerical aperture size influences Airy disk properties.
Eyepiece Reticle Calibration
Explores calibration of various eyepiece reticles using a stage micrometer and demonstrates how the reticle can then be employed to determine linear specimen dimensions.
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Congratulations to the winners of the forty-fifth annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition!
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