Extreme precision in 3D: Adaptive optics boosts super-resolution microscopy

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Extreme precision in 3D: Adaptive optics boosts super-resolution microscopy

Designed to expand the utility of super-resolution optical imaging methods PALM and STORM, a new adaptive optics approach enables the localization of a single emitter in all three dimensions with quasi-isotropic precision of 5–15 nm. Read the article >>>

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