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Localisation Microscopy

"rainSTORM" MATLAB GUI

We have developed a MATLAB application for Localisation Microscopy image processing, with a simple GUI interface. This application is a set of MATLAB scripts and functions, named rainSTORM, was developed as part of our super-resolution research in collaboration with the Biophysics Group at the National Physical Laboratory and the Advanced Optical Imaging Group at the University of Szeged.

Rees EJ, Erdelyi M, Kaminski-Schierle GS, Knight AE and Kaminski CF, "Elements of image processing in localisation microscopy", Journal of Optics 15, 094012 (2013). DOI | pdf | summary

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Structured Illumination Microscopy

Joint-Richardson Lucy algorithm

We have developed a MATLAB application for multifocal structured illumination microscopy (MSIM) image reconstruction based on joint Richardson-Lucy deconvolution, named jRL-MSIM. This application is a set of MATLAB scripts and functions and was developed as part of our super-resolution research. The software package is easy to use due to its simple GUI and explained in detail in the respective publication and the accompanying manual.

Stroehl F, Kaminski C F, "A Joint Richardson-Lucy Deconvolution Algorithm for the Reconstruction of Multifocal Structured Illumination Microscopy Data." (2015) , Methods and Applications in Fluorescence 3 014002 DOI pdf summary

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New Paper and Video on SIM Processing

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Prof. Clemens Kaminski elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America

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