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Superresolution fluorescence microscopy possesses an important role for the study of processes in biological cells with subdiffraction resolution. Recently, superresolution methods employing the emission properties of fluorophores have rapidly evolved due to their technical simplicity and direct applicability to existing microscopes. However, the application of these methods has been limited to samples labeled with fluorophores that can exhibit intrinsic emission properties at a restricteddoi:10.1038/srep16525 pmid:26572283 pmcid:PMC4648106 fatcat:wwiymurtvjfp3brbnzcifujmle