Superresolution Microscopy Literature References

Even though optical microscopy is limited in lateral and axial resolution to limits of approximately 200 and 500 nanometers, respectively, recent breakthroughs have resulted in the introduction of superresolution imaging techniques that have broken this diffraction limit. Current efforts are focused on using these new techniques to explore the intricacies of intracellular structure and on further improving spatial resolution with an ultimate goal of 1-5 nanometers.

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