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Single Molecule Localization Microscopy: Introduction and Applications

Since the early days of microscopic imaging, microscopes have been at the forefront of many biological discoveries and scientific advances. Since then, microscope technology has become increasingly powerful, allowing scientists to look at the world at a level previously unimaginable.

Super-resolution techniques, such as single molecule localization (SML) microscopy, have been created to overcome some of the key challenges associated with light microscopy.

Download this list to learn about:

  • The types of super-resolution microscopy
  • Different techniques that can be combined with super-resolution microscopy
  • Six different applications of SML and the key research examples