Abstract

Double Helix PSF Imaging of PtK1 cells reveals 3D intracellular structure beyond the diffraction limit. The 3D super-resolution microscope is built around a photon-efficient PSF design and phase mask matched to an optimal estimation algorithm.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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