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A Bodén, F Pennacchietti, G Coceano, M Damenti, M Ratz, I Testa (2021) Volumetric live cell imaging with three-dimensional parallelized RESOLFT microscopy.

Nature Biotechnology, 1-10 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41587-020-00779-2

Luciano A. Masullo*, Andreas Bodén*, Francesca Pennacchietti*, Giovanna Coceano, Michael Ratz and Ilaria Testa (2018) Enhanced photon collection enables four dimensional fluorescence nanoscopy of living systems.

Nature Communications, volume 9, Article number: 3281

Francesca Pennacchietti*, Ekaterina O. Serebrovskaya*, Aline R. Faro*, Irina I. Shemyakina*, Nina G. Bozhanova, Alexey A. Kotlobay, Nadya G. Gurskaya, Andreas Bodén, Jes Dreier, Dmitry M. Chudakov, Konstantin A. Lukyanov, Vladislav V. Verkhusha, Alexander S. Mishin and

Ilaria Testa. (2018) Fast reversibly photoswitching red fluorescent proteins for live-cell RESOLFT nanoscopy

Nature Methods 15, 601–604

Ilaria Testa, Nicolai T. Urban, Stefan Jakobs, Christian Eggeling, Katrin I. Willig, Stefan W. Hell (2012) Nanoscopy of living brain slice with low light levels,

Neuron 75: 992–1000 doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2012.07.028

 In this paper we showed the potential of RESOLFT super resolution light microscopy for neuroimaging. Neuronal proteins specific for hippocampal dendritic spines were recorded multiple times at high accuracy.

Tim Grotjohann*, Ilaria Testa*, Marcel Leutenegger*, Hannes Bock, Nicolai T. Urban, Flavie Lavoie Cardinal, Katrin I. Willig, Christian Eggeling, Stefan Jakobs & Stefan W. Hell (2011) Diffraction–unlimited all–optical imaging and writing with a photochromic GFP,

Nature 478: 204–208 doi:10.1038/nature10497 *equal first author

 In this paper we have shown the concept of RESOLFT super resolution microscopy to work for biological imaging (30–50nm).

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Belongs to: Biophysics
Last changed: Feb 16, 2021