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Fast Live Cell Imaging at Nanometer Scale Using Annihilating Filter-Based Low-Rank Hankel Matrix Approach

J. Min, L. Carlini, M. Unser, S. Manley, J.C. Ye

Proceedings of the SPIE Optics and Photonics 2015 Conference on Wavelets and Sparsity XVI, San Diego CA, USA, August 10-12, 2015, vol. 9597, pp. 95970V-1/95970V-8.



Localization microscopy such as STORM/PALM can achieve a nanometer scale spatial resolution by iteratively localizing fluorescence molecules. It was shown that imaging of densely activated molecules can accelerate temporal resolution which was considered as major limitation of localization microscopy. However, this higher density imaging needs to incorporate advanced localization algorithms to deal with overlapping point spread functions (PSFs). In order to address this technical challenges, previously we developed a localization algorithm called FALCON [1], [2] using a quasi-continuous localization model with sparsity prior on image space. It was demonstrated in both 2D/3D live cell imaging. However, it has several disadvantages to be further improved. Here, we proposed a new localization algorithm using annihilating filter-based low rank Hankel structured matrix approach (ALOHA). According to ALOHA principle, sparsity in image domain implies the existence of rank-deficient Hankel structured matrix in Fourier space. Thanks to this fundamental duality, our new algorithm can perform data-adaptive PSF estimation and deconvolution of Fourier spectrum, followed by truly grid-free localization using spectral estimation technique. Furthermore, all these optimizations are conducted on Fourier space only. We validated the performance of the new method with numerical experiments and live cell imaging experiment. The results confirmed that it has the higher localization performances in both experiments in terms of accuracy and detection rate.

References

  1. J. Min, C. Vonesch, H. Kirshner, L. Carlini, N. Olivier, S. Holden, S. Manley, J.C. Ye, M. Unser, "FALCON: Fast and Unbiased Reconstruction of High-Density Super-Resolution Microscopy Data," Scientific Reports, vol. 4, no. 4577, pp. 1-9, April 3, 2014.

  2. J. Min, S.J. Holden, L. Carlini, M. Unser, S. Manley, J.C. Ye, "3D High-Density Localization Microscopy Using Hybrid Astigmatic/Biplane Imaging and Sparse Image Reconstruction," Biomedical Optics Express, vol. 5, no. 11, pp. 3935-3948, November 1, 2014.


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