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In this blog posting, we would like to highlight research from the Lee Lab at University of Cambridge using the Double Helix point spread function in the study of T-cells for whole-cell visualization, reconstruction, and 3D Tracking. In the article, titled “Three-Dimensional Super-Resolution in Eukaryotic Cells Using the Double-Helix Point Spread Function,” researchers from the […]
Double Helix Optics announces the addition of the Overlapping Emitter detection algorithm to its Image J/Fiji-based 3DTRAX™ software for 3D single molucule localization microscopy (SMLM). This latest version employs new algorithms and allows for emitters to overlap in the field of view, capturing more information from images and expanding what experimenters can do with sample preparation. […]
The three-dimensional movement of molecules in liquids is well described by Brownian motion, however, the movement of molecules near interfaces is not as well understood, especially in the case of how molecules move across the surface of the cell. The Schwartz Lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder, using Double Helix’s SPINDLE® imaging system, was […]
TILT3D enables low-background, 3D super-localization of single molecules on the surface of a cell as well as 3D super-resolution imaging inside of the cell.
"TILT3D enables low-background, 3D super-localization of single molecules on the surface of a cell as well as 3D super-resolution imaging inside of the cell. The TILT3D setup enabled the researchers to image and reconstruct structures throughout whole mammalian cells including mitochondria within the cell as well as the full nuclear lamina."