Two-Photon Excitation Fluorescence Microscopy

▪ AbstractTwo-photon fluorescence microscopy is one of the most important recent inventions in biological imaging

Peter T. C. So

2002

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  • ▪ AbstractTwo-photon fluorescence microscopy is one of the most important recent inventions in biological imaging
  • Two-photon excitation of fluorophores results from the simultaneous absorption of two photons. This excitation process has a number of unique advantages, such as reduced specimen photodamage and enhanced penetration depth
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