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Nature Methodsvolume 16pages293294 (2019) | Download Citation

Light-sheet fluorescence microscopes are making it possible to follow subcellular dynamics with unprecedented detail, but they are complex to build and maintain. A new method that can generate arbitrary light sheets provides much-needed simplicity and additional versatility.

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The author acknowledges J. Madrid-Wolff for comments.

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    • Manu Forero-Shelton

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