Structured illumination microscopy of autofluorescent aggregations in human tissue.
Structured illumination; Microscopy; Autofluorescence; Retinal pigment epithelium; Interferometer
Micron 2011 Jun; 42(4):330-335.
Sections from human eye tissue were analyzed with Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) using a specially designed microscope setup. In this microscope the structured illumination was generated with a Twyman-Green Interferometer. This SIM technique allowed us to acquire light-optical images of autofluorophore distributions in the tissue with previously unmatched optical resolution. In this work the unique setup of the microscope made possible the application of SIM with three different excitation wavelengths (488, 568 and 647nm), thus enabling us to gather spectral information about the autofluorescence signal.
Best, Gerrit; Amberger, Roman; Baddeley, David; Ach, Thomas; Dithmar, Stefan; Heintzmann, Rainer; and Cremer, Christoph, "Structured illumination microscopy of autofluorescent aggregations in human tissue." (2011). Faculty Research 2011. 153.