Journal of Cell Biology volume 217, issue 5, P1869-1882 2018 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.201710087 View full text
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Tanner C. Fadero, Therese M. Gerbich, Kishan Rana, Aussie Suzuki, Matthew DiSalvo, Kristina N. Schaefer, Jennifer K. Heppert, Thomas C. Boothby, Bob Goldstein, Mark Peifer, Nancy L. Allbritton, Amy S. Gladfelter, Amy S. Maddox, Paul S. Maddox et al.

Abstract: Fadero et al. present lateral interference tilted excitation (LITE) microscopy–a tilted light-sheet method to illuminate high-numerical-aperture objectives for fluorescence microscopy. LITE can be implemented unobtrusively on most microscope systems and combines low photodamage with high resolution and efficient detection in imaging fluorescent organisms.