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Light Microscopy The light microscope is one of the significant inventions in the history of humankind that, along with the telescope, played a central role in the Scientific Revolution, which started around 1600.1 Despite its long history, of more than four centuries, the microscopy field has continuously expanded, covering a growing number of methods.2 Much of the effort in the field has been devoted to improving two main properties of the microscopic image: resolution and
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