Our Solution for Super-Resolution Localization Microscopy
Super-resolution microscopy takes advantage of temporal separation of closely positioned single molecules to differentiate them from each other. Using localization algorithms, the molecules are identified with extremely precise positions on the order of 10 to 30 nm.
The materials on this page provide more information on how different camera technology performs for super-resolution localization microscopy and includes recommendations from notable scientists.
Use the Prime Super-Resolution Kit to evaluate and maximize the performance of your system setup.
- Introduction to Super-Resolution Localization Microscopy (VIDEO)
- Introduction to Super-Resolution Localization Microscopy Application Note
- Introduction to SIM and iSIM Application Note
- Prime 95B Scientific CMOS Camera for Super-Resolution Localization Microscopy Tech Note
- Prime Scientific CMOS Camera Processing Tools for Super-Resolution Microscopy Tech Note
- Camera Comparison: Prime 95B Scientific CMOS and EMCCD Tech Note
- PrimeEnhance Tech Note
- PrimeLocate Tech Note
- Benefits of Teledyne Photometrics CMOS Cameras
- Suliana Manley Lab, Lausanne, Switzerland (Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy)
- New York University, School of Medicine (STORM Super-Resolution Microscopy)
- Imperial College London (Photonics & Super-Resolution Microscopy)
- Shim Group, Korea University (Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy)
- University of California Berkeley, College of Chemistry (Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy)
- University of Lund, Sweden (Single Molecule Fluorescence Imaging)
- Suliana Manley Lab, Lausanne, Switzerland (STORM)
- Indian Institute of Science, Centre for Neuroscience (SptPALM/STORM)
- Center for Biological Imaging of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Super-Resolution Microscopy)
- University of Strathclyde (Super-Resolution Standing Wave Microscopy)