Practical Aspects of Single-Molecule Superresolution Literature References

The successful implementation of single-molecule superresolution techniques requires a considerable amount of skill and attention to detail, as well as the availability of suitable laser sources. Among the problems associated with this type of imaging are the registration of data, correct image assembly, and choice of suitable probe(s). Other factors, including elimination of aberration, mechanical stage drift, autofluorescence, and basic aspects of specimen preparation are also of critical importance

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