Kohei Otomo

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Two-photon excitation fluorescence microscopy has become widely used in various life science fields in this decade. In the field of neuroscience in particular, in vivo two-photon microscopy has provided vital information on neural activity and brain function. In the current era of connectomics, visualization of the morphology and activity of numerous(More)
The temporal resolution of a two-photon excitation laser scanning microscopy (TPLSM) system is limited by the excitation laser beam's scanning speed. To improve the temporal resolution, the TPLSM system is equipped with a spinning-disk confocal scanning unit. However, the insufficient energy of a conventional Ti:sapphire laser source restricts the field of(More)
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