Structured-illumination Microscopy Using Extraordinary Transmission through Sub-wavelength Hole-arrays


Structured illumination microscopy, like confocal microscopy, is a common way to observe fluorescently stained samples with higher resolution than a wide-field microscope. There is only one scanning confocal spot; with multiple spots faster acquisition is possible. Instead of using a Nipkow disc, however, we use transmission through a metal hole-array. The… (More)


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