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Revision as of 23:47, 23 March 2016 by Z5015719 (talk | contribs) ((A) Platelets were imaged through SIM techniques (lower right) and compared with a diffraction-limited widescreen image (upper left). The platelet perimeter is labelled in red, and the dense granules (labelled with anti-CD63) in green. (B) The signific...)
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(A) Platelets were imaged through SIM techniques (lower right) and compared with a diffraction-limited widescreen image (upper left). The platelet perimeter is labelled in red, and the dense granules (labelled with anti-CD63) in green. (B) The significantly improved resolution and contrast of the SIM image (right) is highlighted as opposed to the 600nm line profile (lower panel) taken through two adjacent structures. The improvement of quality of SIM allows for granule separation, providing an efficient, automated and unbiased workflow

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