STED microscopy and its applications: new insights into cellular processes on the nanoscale.

@article{Mueller2012STEDMA,
  title={STED microscopy and its applications: new insights into cellular processes on the nanoscale.},
  author={Tobias Mueller and Christian Schumann and Annette Kraegeloh},
  journal={Chemphyschem : a European journal of chemical physics and physical chemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={13 8},
  pages={1986-2000}
}
For about a decade, superresolution fluorescence microscopy has been advancing steadily, maturing from the proof-of-principle stage to routine application. Of the various techniques, STED (stimulated emission depletion) microscopy was the first to break the diffraction barrier. Today, it is a prominent and versatile form of superresolution light microscopy. STED microscopy has shed a sharper light on numerous topics in cell biology, but also in material sciences. Both disciplines extend into… CONTINUE READING

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