dStorm Superresolution Literature References

The technique of direct stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (dSTORM) differs from the parent technique by employing conventional carbocyanine dyes for cellular staining and does not rely on the proximity of two fluorophores attached to the same targeting antibody in a specific ratio. The original research report on dSTORM used Cy5 and Alexa Fluor 647 to demonstrate the novel single-molecule superresolution technique, which requires substantial laser power to ensure effective transition of the photoswitchable fluorophores into a dark state.

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