Volume 15 Issue 6, June 2018

Volume 15 Issue 6

3D super-resolution microscopy at depth

Composite of a depth-encoded super-resolution image of the actin cytoskeleton in a human fibroblast cell, as well as interferograms and intensity–phase images underlying the SELFI 3D super-resolution microscopy approach.

See Bon et al.

Image: Pierre Bon. Cover design: Erin Dewalt.

Editorial

  • Editorial |

    We encourage our readers to consider whether principles of measurement science could have a role to play in their own disciplines.

This Month

  • This Month |

    A new imaging approach forged by deep friendships, joining two fields and two selves.

    • Vivien Marx

Correspondence

  • Correspondence |

    • Pavel Sinitcyn
    • , Shivani Tiwary
    • , Jan Rudolph
    • , Petra Gutenbrunner
    • , Christoph Wichmann
    • , Şule Yılmaz
    • , Hamid Hamzeiy
    • , Favio Salinas
    •  & Jürgen Cox

Research Highlights

Technology Feature

Perspectives

  • Perspective |

    This Perspective highlights recent advances in the use of nanoparticles in super-resolution microscopy and single-molecule tracking. It offers guidance for users interested in these tools and discusses potential future directions.

    • Dayong Jin
    • , Peng Xi
    • , Baoming Wang
    • , Le Zhang
    • , Jörg Enderlein
    •  & Antoine M. van Oijen

Brief Communications

  • Brief Communication |

    Instant structured illumination and total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy are combined to carry out time-lapse super-resolution TIRF imaging at frame rates up to 100 Hz, enabling observation of fast biological processes.

    • Min Guo
    • , Panagiotis Chandris
    • , John Paul Giannini
    • , Adam J. Trexler
    • , Robert Fischer
    • , Jiji Chen
    • , Harshad D. Vishwasrao
    • , Ivan Rey-Suarez
    • , Yicong Wu
    • , Xufeng Wu
    • , Clare M. Waterman
    • , George H. Patterson
    • , Arpita Upadhyaya
    • , Justin W. Taraska
    •  & Hari Shroff
  • Brief Communication |

    A miniature light-field microscope in combination with a signal-extraction approach enables high-speed volumetric calcium imaging in freely moving mice.

    • Oliver Skocek
    • , Tobias Nöbauer
    • , Lukas Weilguny
    • , Francisca Martínez Traub
    • , Chuying Naomi Xia
    • , Maxim I. Molodtsov
    • , Abhinav Grama
    • , Masahito Yamagata
    • , Daniel Aharoni
    • , David D. Cox
    • , Peyman Golshani
    •  & Alipasha Vaziri

Articles

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