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    Chapter 1 Super-Resolution Microscopy Techniques and Their Potential for Applications in Radiation Biophysics
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    Chapter 2 Managing the Introduction of Super-Resolution Microscopy into a Core Facility
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    Chapter 3 Live-Cell STED Imaging with the HyPer2 Biosensor
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    Chapter 4 Diffraction-Unlimited Fluorescence Imaging with an EasySTED Retrofitted Confocal Microscope
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    Chapter 5 Two-Photon STED Microscopy for Nanoscale Imaging of Neural Morphology In Vivo
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    Chapter 6 STED Imaging of Golgi Dynamics with Cer-SiR: A Two-Component, Photostable, High-Density Lipid Probe for Live Cells
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    Chapter 7 Four-Channel Super-Resolution Imaging by 3-D Structured Illumination
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    Chapter 8 Correlative SIM-STORM Microscopy
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    Chapter 9 Correlative Super-Resolution Fluorescence Imaging and Atomic Force Microscopy for the Characterization of Biological Samples
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    Chapter 10 Quantitative Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy (qSMLM) of Membrane Proteins Based on Kinetic Analysis of Fluorophore Blinking Cycles
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    Chapter 11 Two-Color Single-Molecule Tracking in Live Cells
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    Chapter 12 Fully Automated Targeted Confocal and Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy
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    Chapter 13 Brain Slice Staining and Preparation for Three-Dimensional Super-Resolution Microscopy
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    Chapter 14 Correlative In-Resin Super-Resolution Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy of Cultured Cells
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    Chapter 15 Synthesis of Janelia Fluor HaloTag and SNAP-Tag Ligands and Their Use in Cellular Imaging Experiments
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    Chapter 16 Measuring Nanometer Distances Between Fluorescent Labels Step-by-Step
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    Chapter 17 Correlative Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy and Confocal Microscopy
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    Chapter 18 Correlative Fluorescence Super-Resolution Localization Microscopy and Platinum Replica EM on Unroofed Cells
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    Chapter 19 In Situ Super-Resolution Imaging of Genomic DNA with OligoSTORM and OligoDNA-PAINT
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    Chapter 20 Super-Resolution High Content Screening and Analysis
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Chapter title
Brain Slice Staining and Preparation for Three-Dimensional Super-Resolution Microscopy
Chapter number 13
Book title
Super-Resolution Microscopy
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-7265-4_13
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-7264-7, 978-1-4939-7265-4
Authors

Christopher L. German, Manasa V. Gudheti, Annette E. Fleckenstein, Erik M. Jorgensen, German, Christopher L., Gudheti, Manasa V., Fleckenstein, Annette E., Jorgensen, Erik M.

Abstract

Localization microscopy techniques-such as photoactivation localization microscopy (PALM), fluorescent PALM (FPALM), ground state depletion (GSD), and stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM)-provide the highest precision for single-molecule localization currently available. However, localization microscopy has been largely limited to cell cultures due to the difficulties that arise in imaging thicker tissue sections. Sample fixation and antibody staining, background fluorescence, fluorophore photoinstability, light scattering in thick sections, and sample movement create significant challenges for imaging intact tissue. We have developed a sample preparation and image acquisition protocol to address these challenges in rat brain slices. The sample preparation combined multiple fixation steps, saponin permeabilization, and tissue clarification. Together, these preserve intracellular structures, promote antibody penetration, reduce background fluorescence and light scattering, and allow acquisition of images deep in a 30 μm thick slice. Image acquisition challenges were resolved by overlaying samples with a permeable agarose pad and custom-built stainless-steel imaging adapter, and sealing the imaging chamber. This approach kept slices flat, immobile, bathed in imaging buffer, and prevented buffer oxidation during imaging. Using this protocol, we consistently obtained single-molecule localizations of synaptic vesicle and active zone proteins in three dimensions within individual synaptic terminals of the striatum in rat brain slices. These techniques may be easily adapted to the preparation and imaging of other tissues, substantially broadening the application of super-resolution imaging.

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