Dynamic super-resolution microscope
The super-resolution microscope is a new generation of microscopes known as nanoscopes. Dynamic super-resolution microscopy is one of the super resolution microscopy techniques alongside the:
and SIM techniques.
The dynamic super-resolution microscopy techniques
molecular movement can be monitored using a fluorescent antibody directed against the proteins of interest. If they are sufficiently dilute the antibodies only label a few isolated proteins and they can then be monitored at a speed of 20 images per second.