The introduction of a two-step deconvolution workflow maximizes the detection of fluorescence in fluctuation-based super-resolution imaging, enabling a square millimetre field of view to be captured in as little as ten minutes.
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Baddeley, D. Deconvolution enhances fluctuation detection. Nat. Photon. 17, 741–742 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41566-023-01275-0