Anja Huss

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Super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging (SOFI) provides an elegant way of overcoming the diffraction limit in all three spatial dimensions by computing higher-order cumulants of image sequences of blinking fluorophores acquired with a classical widefield microscope. Previously, three-dimensional (3D) SOFI has been demonstrated by sequential imaging of(More)
Success in super-resolution imaging relies on a proper choice of fluorescent probes. Here, we suggest novel easily produced and biocompatible nanoparticles-carbon nanodots-for super-resolution optical fluctuation bioimaging (SOFI). The particles revealed an intrinsic dual-color fluorescence, which corresponds to two subpopulations of particles of different(More)
Stochastic Optical Fluctuation Imaging (SOFI) is a super-resolution fluorescence microscopy technique which allows to enhance the spatial resolution of an image by evaluating the temporal fluctuations of blinking fluorescent emitters. SOFI is not based on the identification and localization of single molecules such as in the widely used Photoactivation(More)
The formation of galaxy clusters in hierarchically clustering universes is investigated by means of high resolution N-body simulations. The simulations are performed using a newly developed multi-mass scheme which combines a PM code with a high resolution N-body code. Numerical effects due to time stepping and gravitational softening are investigated as(More)
last decade has seen a rapid evolution of a wide array of new super-resolution microscopy techniques which are by now widely available and applied in the life sciences. Among these different techniques, super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging (SOFI) [1] stands out due to its algorithmic and experimental simplicity, requiring only the rapid recording,(More)
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