The Basic Principle of Airyscanning
23 Dec 2014

Airyscanning is a technique based on confocal laser scanning microscopy. This white paper introduces a detector concept that drastically improves signal by utilizing light that otherwise is rejected by the confocal pinhole. Learn how the Airyscanning principle is put to work technically as an add-on to ZEISS LSM 880 and how Airyscan technology compares to structured illumination microscopy.

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