Category Archives: Optical Sectioning

Any way you slice it: a comparison of optical sectioning techniques

Confocal microscopy has become an essential tool for life sciences researchers.  The confocal’s ability to optically slice through thicker specimens, excluding the out-of-focus light while imaging just the focal plane, makes it the technique of choice for high-resolution fluorescence microscopy.  … Continue reading

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