Joerg Schwenke

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Sorting and identifying chromosomes, a process known as karyotyping, is widely used to detect changes in chromosome shapes and gene positions. In a karyotype the chromosomes are identified by their size and therefore this process can be performed by measuring macroscopic structural variables. Chromosomes contain a specific number of basepairs that linearly(More)
We present a new method to control the power of individual spectral components of a multicolor laser by mirrors with variable air gaps and by a composite resonator configuration. We demonstrate a Pr/Yb-ZBLAN fiber laser with arbitrary spectral composition of three simultaneously emitted components at 492 nm, 520 nm, and 635 nm. With 100 mW pump power at 850(More)
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