fast multicolor 3 d imaging using aberration-corrected multifocus microscopy

@inproceedings{Abrahamsson2012fastM3,
  title={fast multicolor 3 d imaging using aberration-corrected multifocus microscopy},
  author={Sara Abrahamsson and Jiji Chen and Bassam Hajj and Sjoerd Stallinga and Alexander Y. Katsov and Jan Wisniewski and Gaku Mizuguchi and Pierre Soule and Florian Mueller and Claire Dugast Darzacq and Xavier Darzacq and Carl H. Wu and Cornelia I Bargmann and David A. Agard and Maxime Dahan and Mats G. Gustafsson},
  year={2012}
}
60 | VOL.10 NO.1 | JANUARY 2013 | nature methods fluorescence microscopy using beam splitters to image up to four focal planes on separate cameras3. This method provides excellent light efficiency and a large lateral field of view corresponding to the entire surface area of the camera chip. However, refocusing by translating the camera away from the nominal… CONTINUE READING