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Justin Demmerle

I've come from the University of Chicago to Oxford to work with structured illumination microscopy in the Schermelleh lab. I'm particularly interested in the three-dimensional organization of the nucleus and spatial regulation of chromatin architecture.

Articles by Justin Demmerle:

A Semi-intelligible Explanation Of Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM)

If you found our previous section on super resolution interesting, you may be curious for a more detailed explanation behind some of the techniques. Introduction to this counterintuitive method Of the super-resolution microscopy techniques, structured illumination microscopy (SIM) is arguably the most counterintuitive to grasp. Of course, that’s what makes it so much fun! To understand how…

18 Jun 2013 Microscopy and Imaging

Overcoming The Limits Of Light: A Guide To Super Resolution Microscopy Part 2

In Part 1, we looked at diffraction limits and how these can be overcome using Super-Resolution Microscopy techniques. We covered Single Molecule Localization Techniques, Structured Illumination Microscopy and Stimulated Emission Depletion. In this second part, we’ll take a look at Near-Field and Dual Objective Methods as well things to consider before buying a system. Near-field…

16 Apr 2013 Microscopy and Imaging

Overcoming The Limits Of Light: A Guide To Super Resolution Microscopy Part 1

If you’re reading our Microscopy and Imaging Channel here on BitesizeBio, you might have heard about the new techniques which fall under the umbrella of ‘Super-Resolution Microscopy’. In her recent article, Cynthia introduced us to the limits of resolution and how this can be overcome. Question time You may have more questions; What are the…

02 Apr 2013 Microscopy and Imaging