Super-resolution localization microscopy provides a powerful tool to study biochemical mechanisms at single molecule level. Although the lateral position of the fluorescent dye molecules can be determined routinely with high precision, measurement of other modalities such as 3D and multicolor without the degradation of the original super-resolved image is still in the focus. In this paper a dual-objective multimodal single molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) technique has been developed, optimized and tested. The proposed optical arrangement can be implemented onto a conventional inverted microscope without serious system modification. Read more
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Tamás Gajdos won a grant at the National Talent Program (Nemzeti Tehetség Program). He will cover the MBFT XVII. Congress registration fee, a german language course and an IT upgrade by this grant.
Our college, József Sinkó has successfully finished the Physics PhD program at the University of Szeged. His dissertation was written under the title „Studying and correcting the optical aberrations and reconstruction errors in localization based super-resolution microscopy” and was defended with a result of 100% on May 5th at the public defence.