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Fluorescence Microscopy

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Fluorescence Microscopy
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    • Fluorescence microscopy is an important and extensively utilised tool for imaging biological systems. However, the image resolution that can be obtained has a limit as defined through the laws of diffraction. Demand for improved resolution has stimulated research into developing methods to image beyond the diffraction limit based on far-field fluorescence microscopy techniques. Rapid progress is being made in this area of science with methods emerging that enable fluorescence imaging in the far-field to possess a resolution well beyond the diffraction limit...

    James H. Rice. Far-field fluorescence microscopy beyond the diffraction limit: Fluore...

    • Fluorescence microscopy is an essential tool for modern biological research. The wide range of available fluorophores and labeling techniques allows the creation of increasingly complex multicolored samples...

    Timo Zimmermann. Spectral Imaging and Linear Unmixing in Light Microscopy

    • Fluorescence microscopy is an essential tool in biological research. One major drawback of conventional light microscopy, however, is its relatively low resolution, which is limited by the diffraction of light to several hundreds of nanometers. In recent years, a number of fluorescence imaging techniques with sub-diffraction-limit resolution have been developed, achieving a spatial resolution of tens of nanometers in both the lateral and axial dimensions...

    Graham T. Dempseyet al. Fluorescence Imaging at Sub-Diffraction-Limit Resolution with Stochast...

    • Fluorescence microscopy is an important tool for biological research, in part because of the extremely high detection sensitivity that can be achieved, but also because fluorescent molecules can be used as probes on account of their environmental responsiveness, for example to measure intracellular pH or metal ion concentration. Unfortunately, the environmental sensitivity can sometimes be a source of problems because of enhancement of quenching, which can make it very difficult to relate emission intensity to the amount of fluorophore present...

    C. G. Morganet al. Fluorescence lifetime imaging: an emerging technique in fluorescence m...

    • Fluorescence microscopy is an essential tool in modern biological research. It is a powerful method that allows noninvasive monitoring of specifically labeled targets within living cells, and simultaneous detection of multiple targets using different labels...

    M. S. Ünlüet al. Applications of Optical Resonance to Biological Sensing and Imaging: I...

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