Comparison of a 3D reconstruction of GSD and wide-field images. Mitochondrial ATP-Synthase in MDCK cells stained with anti-ATP-2B/Alexa647. The color code indicates the total height of the image. Courtesy of R. Jacob, Marburg, Germany (sample preparation).
Comparison of Confocal (red) and 3D STED data sets (green). Alpha Tubulin visualized with Oregon Green 488. Marine Dinoflagelatte Amphidinium spec. Data were deconvolved and surface rendered with Huygens (SVI). Courtesy of Elisa Berdalet, CSIC Institute of Marine Sciences/Timo Zimmermann, Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain.
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