Microscopy Matters

Insights from the Advanced Imaging Center at Janelia

December 11, 2014
by Lin Shao, Ph.D.
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Structured-Illumination Microscopy: What types of samples are not suitable and why

Structured-Illumination Microscopy: What types of sample are not suitable and why Needless to say that, just like in any type of microscopy, low signal samples in general do not work well for SIM. Besides that, there are other factors unrelated … Continue reading

October 17, 2014
by Jesse Aaron, Ph.D.
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Super-resolution Imaging at the AIC

For many researchers, the prospects afforded by super-resolution (SR) imaging are both vast and exciting. The ability to visualize intact biological specimens at never-before-seen resolutions opens new pathways for elucidating a variety of biological processes, spanning infectious disease mechanisms, carcinogenesis, … Continue reading