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Strategies for Deep Imaging with Multiphoton Microscopy

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Webinar: Strategies for Deep Imaging with Multiphoton Microscopy

Multiphoton microscopy captures high resolution 3D images deep in biological specimens. Of the multiple advantages of this technique, access to deep imaging sites in live tissue is often the primary motivation for utilizing multiphoton microscopy. In this shortcast, we will review some basic principles of multiphoton microscopy and see how these can inform strategies for maximizing depth penetration through highly scattering specimens.

Presenter:

Carlo Alonzo
Associate Product Manager, Multiphoton Microscopy
Olympus

Strategies for Deep Imaging with Multiphoton Microscopy

Multiphoton microscopy captures high resolution 3D images deep in biological specimens. Of the multiple advantages of this technique, access to deep imaging sites in live tissue is often the primary motivation for utilizing multiphoton microscopy. In this shortcast, we will review some basic principles of multiphoton microscopy and see how these can inform strategies for maximizing depth penetration through highly scattering specimens.

Presenter:

Carlo Alonzo
Associate Product Manager, Multiphoton Microscopy
Olympus

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Multiphoton Laser Scanning Microscope

FVMPE-RS

  • Maximized resolution and contrast with TruResolution objectives
  • High-speed imaging with resonant scanner
  • Extended IR multiphoton excitation up to 1300nm
  • Triple scanner option for multiphoton and visible light laser stimulation
  • Highly efficient transmission with 1600 optical coatings on multiphoton dedicated objectives and scanning unit
  • 4-axis auto-alignment of IR laser beams

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