Abstract

Standing wave total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy is a wide-field super-resolution technique with PSF FWHM better than 1/5 of emission wavelength. An enhanced lateral resolution is demonstrated in objective-launched geometry by imaging cellular actin cytoskeleton.

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