Nanostructure analysis using spatially modulated illumination microscopy

@article{Baddeley2007NanostructureAU,
  title={Nanostructure analysis using spatially modulated illumination microscopy},
  author={D. Baddeley and C. Batram and Y. Weiland and C. Cremer and U. Birk},
  journal={Nature Protocols},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={2640-2646}
}
We describe the usage of the spatially modulated illumination (SMI) microscope to estimate the sizes (and/or positions) of fluorescently labeled cellular nanostructures, including a brief introduction to the instrument and its handling. The principle setup of the SMI microscope will be introduced to explain the measures necessary for a successful nanostructure analysis, before the steps for sample preparation, data acquisition and evaluation are given. The protocol starts with cells already… Expand
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