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Among various superresolution methods, RESOLFT nanoscopy has advantages in compatibility with live cell imaging via utilization of genetically encoded reversely-switchable fluorescent proteins (rsFPs). Recent developments in rsFPs allow nanoscopy in living cells at high speed. © 2013 OSA.


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