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Since the first practical super-resolution structured illumination fluorescence microscopes (SIM) were demonstrated more than two decades ago the method has become increasingly popular for a wide range of bioimaging applications. The high cost and relative inflexibility of commercial systems, coupled with the conceptual simplicity of the approach and the desire to exploit and customise existing hardware, have led to the development of a large number of home-built systems. Several detaileddoi:10.1101/2021.01.18.427184 fatcat:txtej4w7ijguhorzp3kgqjkfpe