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Since its discovery by Abbe in 1873, the microscopy diffraction barrier has received a lot of attention. In this lecture, we discuss the principle of fundamentally breaking the diffraction barrier through reversible saturable optical (fluorescence) transitions (RESOLFT). © 2005 Optical Society of America.


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