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In-Vivo Tracking of Harmonic Nanoparticles by Means of a TIGER Widefield Microscope

In-vivo tracking based on harmonic nanoparticles is so far not exploited because of a lack of an appropriate tool—a widefield nonlinear optical microscope. Here, we present a new approach to overcome this challenge based on a redesign of laser space parameters.

Presenter: Laura Vittadello, PhD
​Department of Physics and Center of Cellular Nanoanalytics, Osnabrück University

Dr. Laura Vittadello is working as a post-doc in the physics department of the Osnabrück University in the ultrafast physics research group. Her research focus is on the fundamental study and application of a new type of marker, harmonic nanoparticles, that are specially designed for biological applications that involve nonlinear microscopy.

In-Vivo Tracking of Harmonic Nanoparticles by Means of a TIGER Widefield Microscope

In-vivo tracking based on harmonic nanoparticles is so far not exploited because of a lack of an appropriate tool—a widefield nonlinear optical microscope. Here, we present a new approach to overcome this challenge based on a redesign of laser space parameters.

Presenter: Laura Vittadello, PhD
Department of Physics and Center of Cellular Nanoanalytics, Osnabrück University

Dr. Laura Vittadello is working as a post-doc in the physics department of the Osnabrück University in the ultrafast physics research group. Her research focus is on the fundamental study and application of a new type of marker, harmonic nanoparticles, that are specially designed for biological applications that involve nonlinear microscopy.

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Laura Vittadello
Department of Physics and Center of Cellular Nanoanalytics
Osnabrück University

Dr. Laura Vittadello is working as a post-doc in the physics department of the Osnabrück University in the ultrafast physics research group. Her research focus is on the fundamental study and application of a new type of marker, harmonic nanoparticles, that are specially designed for biological applications that involve nonlinear microscopy.

In-Vivo Tracking of Harmonic Nanoparticles by Means of a TIGER Widefield MicroscopeDec 07 2021
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