Light-sheet microscopy uses a thin plane of light to illuminate a sample orthogonally to the detection objective such that the axial resolution of the microscope is determined wholly or partly by the thickness of the light sheet. It allows fast volumetric imaging with reduced sample irradiation compared to conventional light microscopy methods.
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