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3SIM

We have further developed our jRL software to allow reconstruction of conventional SIM data with reduced numbers of raw images per superresolution image. The image reconstruction is based on joint Richardson-Lucy deconvolution and hence named jRL-3SIM. This application is a set of MATLAB scripts and functions and was developed as part of our super-resolution research. The algorithm is explained in detail in the respective publications.

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Professor Thomas Huser will be giving a talk to the group on January 22 at 2:00 PM in CEB. He will present his latest efforts in unveiling and following structural changes of cellular nanopores in living cells by GPU-enhanced super-resolution structured illumination microscopy.

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