Single Molecule Blinking Microscopy Literature References

The term Blink microscopy refers to the use of single-molecule imaging to exploit the fluctuating emission of fluorophores that are capable of photoswitching from a bright to a dark state (or from one emission wavelength to another) to construct superresolution images. Among the common blink techniques are ground state depletion with individual molecule return (GSDIM), reversible photobleaching microscopy (RPM), and dSTORM (direct STORM).

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Blinking Superresolution Microscopy