Welcome to Allele Biotechnology's Superresolution Imaging Portal.

Superresolution imaging is one of the fastest growing areas of biological research. Using genetically-encoded fluorescent tags or small molecule dyes, superresolution imaging makes it possible to visualize structures much smaller than the diffraction limit of traditional optical microscopy techniques, allowing investigators to see biological structures in living cells in unprecedented detail.

Allele's superresolution imaging portal brings together all the resources you'll need to make informed choices about your superresolution experiments, whether you're new to the field or looking to upgrade your current tools.

Check back here regularly for more updates and new content, with contributions from the leaders in the field of superresolution imaging!

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