Confocal Nanoscopy Goes Multicolor
Discovering Cellular Morphology Beyond the Diffraction Limit
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Scientists long to understand the architecture of life. They want to learn how biological structures are arranged in respect to one another. Do they co-localize within or are they excluded from the same superstructure? Does localization follow a special pattern and how does the overall arrangement reflect the biological function? Multicolor superresolution imaging allows these fundamental questions to be addressed by far-field fluorescence microscopy in unprecedented detail.