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(A TIRF configuration places the prism below the sample and depends on multiple internal reflections in the substrate. This configuration thereby allows complete access to the sample from above for solutions changing and/or electrophysiology studies. Ho)
 
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A TIRF configuration places the prism below the sample and depends on multiple internal reflections in the substrate. This configuration thereby allows complete access to the sample from above for solutions changing and/or electrophysiology studies. However, only air or water immersion objectives may be used because oil at the substrate’s lower surface will thwart the internal reflections.

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