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The super SIM card is compatible with most modern phone network brands that use SIM cards. The operating process is user friendly, with easy transferability between mobile networks and phone numbers. In fact, through an additionally provided USB, you can easily download and edit your super SIM card's phone book and SMS messages from your personal computer.

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The potential application of structured illumination microscopy towards achieving sub-diffraction limit resolution was first described in 1963 by Walter Lukosz and Erich Marchand. These investigators explored the mathematical basis for introducing more "degrees of freedom" in the transmission of information. However, the first practical application of structured illumination did not occur until almost 30 years later in 1993 with the introduction of standing wave fluorescence microscopy (SWFM) by Brent Bailey and colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University. SWFM utilizes the interference of two non-focused counter-propagating laser beams from a pair of opposed objectives to create a standing wave pattern with an excitation intensity varying sharply along the optical axis. A standing wave pattern featuring planar nodes (dark) and anti-nodes (bright) results when the two beams coincide at a slight angle. The node period can be altered by adjusting the illumination angle of incidence. Molecules residing within an anti-node are selectively excited, allowing one to image very thin sections of a specimen. In theory, SWFM is capable of approximately 50-nanometer axial resolution but it is difficult to realize when imaging specimens thicker than the period of the illumination structure since multiple planes are excited simultaneously. The standing wave concept is a staple for many superresolution microscopies, including the majority of SIM techniques.

Provided the three raw images are captured with the exact same phase shift, the calculation in Formula (3) will result in an artifact-free image. Otherwise, inaccuracies in the grid movement will result in residual grid lines appearing in the final optical section. More advanced algorithms are capable of operating with arbitrary phase shifts. Additional artifacts, unrelated to the accuracy of grid translation in OS-SIM are caused by factors such as intensity fluctuations between the three raw images (for example, when photobleaching occurs or when the light source undergoes significant output variation). In multiply labeled specimens, different fluorophores often bleach at different rates, further complicating analysis. The use of rectangular instead of sinusoidal grating patterns (common in commercial instruments) can produce artifacts in the final images, but adding a parameter-optimization approach to the software algorithm can mitigate these problems.

Figure 10 displays a two-color immunofluorescence SR-SIM reconstruction of the distribution of two different nuclear pore proteins in the nucleus of a human osteosarcoma (U2-OS line) adherent tissue culture cell. Figure 10(a) shows a low magnification widefield fluorescence image of the nucleus, whereas Figure 10(b) is a zoomed area circumscribed by the white box in Figure 10(a). The corresponding SR-SIM image is depicted in Figure 10(c) with a zoomed area in Figure 10(d). Cells were fixed with 2 percent paraformaldehyde, permeabilized with 0.2 percent Triton X-100, and non-specific staining was blocked with a 10 percent solution of normal goat serum. The nucleoporin, Nup-214, was detected using a rabbit anti-Nup-214 primary antibody coupled to an Alexa Fluor 568-labeled secondary. Nup-62 was detected using a mouse anti-Nup-62 primary antibody coupled to an Alexa Fluor 488-labeled secondary. SR-SIM data was acquired using a ZEISS Elyra inverted research microscope with the PS.1 superresolution module and analyzed using the ZEISS Zen 2010D software. Imaging was performed sequentially, with Nup-214/Alexa Fluor 568 being imaged first, using 5 rotations of the grid pattern and 3 phases for each rotation. Following acquisition, the data was analyzed using the SIM module in the Zen 2010D software, using automatically calculated noise filter values and a theoretical PSF model. Resolution of about 110 nanometers and 130 nanometers was obtained for Nup-62 and Nup-214, respectively. Colocalization analysis of the inset region for the widefield image yielded a Pearson's correlation coefficient (PCC) of 0.76. Interestingly, an analysis of the same area within the SIM reconstruction yielded a PCC of 0.48. The PCC of the SR-SIM image is significantly lower, illustrating how uncertainty due to the diffraction of light can seriously affect quantitative measures of molecule interaction.

Step 4: Now is necessary to download the software SIM-EMU to write settings on Blank SIM Card, so insert it and wait a moment and run SIM-EMU and go to configure tab and add all the info obtained from the Woron scan process such as IMSI, KI, ICC and for the rest info, add:

  • USB SIM Card Reader Software is a free trial software published in the Backup & Restore list of programs, part of System Utilities.This Backup & Restore program is available in English. It was last updated on 19 January, 2023. USB SIM Card Reader Software is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows.The company that develops USB SIM Card Reader Software is File Recovery Utilities. The latest version released by its developer is This version was rated by 722 users of our site and has an average rating of 4.1.The download we have available for USB SIM Card Reader Software has a file size of 495.62 KB. Just click the green Download button above to start the downloading process. The program is listed on our website since 2006-11-11 and was downloaded 35138 times. We have already checked if the download link is safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus. Your antivirus may detect the USB SIM Card Reader Software as malware if the download link is broken.How to install USB SIM Card Reader Software on your Windows device:Click on the Download button on our website. This will start the download from the website of the developer.

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