Standing Wave Superresolution Microscopy Literature References

Standing wave microscopy employs opposed objectives coupled with axially structured illumination to spatially modulate the excitation light in a traditional widefield fluorescence microscope configuration. In this technique, the exciation illumination is composed of two counter-propagating, non-focused laser beams that interfere with each other to form a standing wave, and thus create a sinusoidal excitation field in the axial dimension.

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