Month: October 2017

Multiphoton Microscopy – a Satisfied Wish List

Biological specimens usually represent a very complex amalgam of tiny structures with differing refractive indices and absorbances. Even if the definition and sensitivity of the microscope are at the maximum, the focal plane is surrounded by these (optically) detrimental structures. Without appropriate measures, we would have a hard time to see anything in ordinary biological …

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