Three-Dimensional Superresolution Microscopy Literature References

Several innovative solutions have been presented for single-molecule superresolution imaging in three dimensions, including imaging in two different focal planes, interferometry, tilted mirrors, and convolution of the point-spread function Fourier transform with a more complex mathematical model (such as the double-helix point-spread function) using a spatial light modulator. In addition, structured illumination and advanced point-spread function modifying techniques, such as stimulated emission depletion (STED), ground state depletion (GSD) and 4Pi microscopy have also been utilized to probe the three-dimensional structure of biological specimens.

Recommended Literature

Additional Literature Sources

Share this page:

3D Superresolution Techniques