Resolution upgrades for light-sheet microscopy

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Single objective light-sheet fluorescence microscopes combine the convenience of conventional sample mounting with sensitive subcellular and super-resolution imaging of cells and tissues.

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Fig. 1: Working principles of single objective LSFM.

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Fiolka, R. Resolution upgrades for light-sheet microscopy. Nat Methods 16, 813–814 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41592-019-0542-4

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