Barry R. Masters

William W Mantulin1
Peter T C So1
Nicholas Barry1
Jason D Sutin1
Christof Buehler1
1William W Mantulin
1Peter T C So
1Nicholas Barry
1Jason D Sutin
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Two-photon excitation fluorescence microscopy allows in vivo high-resolution imaging of human skin structure and biochemistry with a penetration depth over 100 microm. The major damage mechanism during two-photon skin imaging is associated with the formation of cavitation at the epidermal-dermal junction, which results in thermal mechanical damage of the(More)
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