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Hu, Jingwen (author)
Bio-imaging plays an essential role in life sciences and medicine. Recently, structured illumination has emerged as a promising super-resolution technique. However, in the case of thick scattering media, the benefits of structured illumination can be significantly reduced compared to conventional illumination methods, resulting in significant...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Xingchen (author)
Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) is a kind of wide-field super resolution imaging technique which achieves the resolution improvement by exploiting the interference patterns to obtain the information out of the observable region in Fourier space. The resolution improvement in SIM is done by analyzing the obtained image and restored the...
master thesis 2020
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Sathitruangsak, C. (author), Righolt, C.H. (author), Klewes, L. (author), Tammur, P. (author), Ilus, T. (author), Tamm, A. (author), Punab, M. (author), Olujohungbe, A. (author), Mai, S. (author)
The mammalian nucleus has a distinct substructure that cannot be visualized directly by conventional microscopy. In this study, the organization of the DNA within the nucleus of multiple myeloma (MM) cells, their precursor cells (monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance; MGUS) and control lymphocytes of the representative patients is...
journal article 2015
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Righolt, C.H. (author), Guffei, A. (author), Knecht, H. (author), Young, I.T. (author), Stallinga, S. (author), Van Vliet, L.J. (author), Mai, S. (author)
Advances in light microscopy have enabled the visualization of DNA in the interphase nucleus with more detail than is visible with conventional light microscopy. The nuclear architecture is assumed to be different in cancer cells compared to normal cells. In this paper we have studied, for the first time, the organization of nuclear DNA and that...
journal article 2014
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