Dr. Brian T. Bennett , University of Massachusetts Medical School 2006
"An experiment is a question which science poses to nature, and a measurement is the recording of nature’s answer"
Max Plank, 1858 to 1947
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Dr. Brian T. Bennett, Assistant Research Professor, University of Utah completes the assembly of a super-resolution FPALM, Biplane microscope. Biplane microscopy provides three-dimensional sub-100nm resolution (~30X30X75nm) of thick samples without scanning. The method employs the dual plane detection system of Biplane microscopes to achieve super-resolution in the z-axis. Biplane methodology is combined with fluorescent photoactivatable localization microscopy (FPALM) to enable 3D sub-diffraction resolution without scanning.
Shown here is a dual-plane single molecule detection of the mitochondria