par Bouffier, Laurent;Doneux, Thomas
Référence Current opinion in electrochemistry, 6, page (31-37)
Publication Publié, 2017
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Electrochemistry and fluorescence microscopy are two complementary transduction techniques that offer synergetic advantages when employed simultaneously. In particular, it is possible to study electrochemical reactivity by recording in-situ fluorescence images under electrochemical control. The corresponding data are time-resolved with a quantitative electrochemical signal combined with a spatial information provided by fluorescence microscopy. This topic is illustrated with various fluorogenic systems with a special focus on confocal imaging allowing to vary the longitudinal z distance when collecting planar (x-y) data. Recent and future perspectives towards super-resolution microscopy are also discussed.