Friday, October 1, 2010
Super-resolution Microscopy collection
Nature methods highlights the recent developments in the super-resolution imaging field. This collection of articles from several leaders in the field highlights the diversity of super-resolution microscopy techniques being developed and the principles that allow them to overcome this long-standing limitation.
Click here to see the collection, which is also sponsored by Nikon.
Here are the articles in the collection:
1- Primer: fluorescence imaging under the diffraction limit. D. Evanko. Nat. Methods 6, 19–20 (2009)
2- Microscopy and its focal switch. S.W. Hell. Nat. Methods 6, 24–32 (2009)
3- Putting super-resolution fluorescence microscopy to work. J. Lippincott-Schwartz & S. Manley. Nat. Methods 6, 21– 23 (2009)
4- Subdiffraction resolution in continuous samples. R. Heintzmann & M.G.L. Gustafsson. Nat. Photonics 3, 362–364 (2009)
5- Single-molecule mountains yield nanoscale cell images. W.E. Moerner. Nat. Methods 3, 781–782 (2006)
6- Live-cell photoactivated localization microscopy of nanoscale adhesion dynamics. H. Shroff et al. Nat. Methods 5, 417– 423 (2008)
7- Spherical nanosized focal spot unravels the interior of cells. R. Schmidt et al. Nat. Methods 5, 539–544 (2008)
8- Whole-cell 3D STORM reveals interactions between cellular structures with nanometer-scale resolution. B. Huang et al. Nat. Methods 5, 1047–1052 (2008)
9- Super-resolution video microscopy of live cells by structured illumination. P. Kner et al. Nat. Methods 6, 339– 342 (2009)