Fluorescent Probes for Superresolution Microscopy Literature References

vThe most useful probes uncovered to date for superresolution microscopy applications include fluorescent proteins, small molecule synthetic dyes, quantum dots, and hybrid systems that combine a genetically encoded target peptide with a separate synthetic component that is membrane permeant. Each class of probes has its particular strengths and weaknesses, but no single class or individual fluorophore has yet been developed that combines all of the preferred characteristics of an ideal probe for superresolution microscopy.

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