Light Sheet Microscopy Literature References

Light sheet microscopy, also commonly referred to as selective plane illumination (SPIM), is emerging as a technique with great potential for superresolution imaging of cells, tissues, and entire animals. The technology offers reduced photobleaching, highly efficient image recording, and significant depth penetration. SPIM has been utilized in large specimens, such as fish and fruit fly embryos, which can be observed in a living state for several days. Advances in this field are likely to become more common in the upcoming years.

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