Superresolution Structured Illumination Microscopy Literature References

Structured illumination of the excitation light in superresolution microscopy is designed to utilize the moiré effect to obtain finer spatial frequencies emitted by the specimen that can be extracted from Fourier transforms by overlapping two different spatial frequencies from multiple directions. The mathematical transforms create a moiré pattern where the higher spatial frequency information contained in the image can be extracted using software. The result is lateral resolution in the range of 100 nanometers and axial resolution approaching 300 nanometers.

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