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Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy with sCMOS Cameras

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Ruisheng Lin, Alex Clowsley, Isuru Jayasinghe and Christian Soeller, Biomedical Physics, University of Exeter

EMCCD-based cameras with high quantum efficiencies and low readout noise characteristics traditionally have been the preferred technology for SMLM superresolution imaging. However, with tailored localization algorithms, sCMOS cameras have become a notable alternative for superresolution microscopy. The ability of optical superresolution microscopy to circumvent the so-called “diffraction limit” has revolutionized the use of fluorescence microscopy to study subcellular and molecular-scale biological processes. Single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) – also...Read full article

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