From single molecules to life: microscopy at the nanoscale

  title={From single molecules to life: microscopy at the nanoscale},
  author={Bartosz Turkowyd and David Virant and Ulrike Endesfelder},
  booktitle={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
Super-resolution microscopy is the term commonly given to fluorescence microscopy techniques with resolutions that are not limited by the diffraction of light. Since their conception a little over a decade ago, these techniques have quickly become the method of choice for many biologists studying structures and processes of single cells at the nanoscale. In this review, we present the three main approaches used to tackle the diffraction barrier of ∼200 nm: stimulated-emission depletion (STED… CONTINUE READING
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