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- adj. Describing any optical device or process involving a dimension shorter than that of the diffraction limit of the light involved
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Recent use of these approaches in fast modes allowed imaging dynamics in living cells at subdiffraction resolutions Shroff et al., 2008; Hein et al., 2008.
We have developed a new localization-based imaging technique achieving almost isotropic subdiffraction resolution in 3D.
The spatiotemporal resolution of subdiffraction fluorescence imaging has been limited by the difficulty of labeling proteins in cells with suitable fluorophores.