Interference Superresolution Microscopy Literature References

Image interference microscopy (InM) techniques are interference-based methods that employ juxtaposed high numerical aperture objectives focused on the same plane using standing excitation wavefronts. The techniques are able to gather emission using both objectives, and then recombine the signals into the same light path that supreimposes the mixed signal on the face of an image sensor CCD. Because both light pathways are equal in length, interference of the signals generates a pattern that increases axial resolution.

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