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Multi-photon fluorescence microscopy (MFM) captures high-resolution anatomical and functional fluorescence image sequences and can be used for the intact brain imaging of small animals. Recently, it has been extended from imaging anesthetized and head-stabilized animals to awake and head-restrained ones for in vivo neurological study. In these applications,(More)
Multi-photon fluorescence microscopy (MFM) captures high-resolution fluorescence image sequences and can be used for the intact brain imaging of small animals. Recently, it has been extended from anesthetized and head-stabilized mice to awake and head-restrained ones for in vivo neurological study. In these applications, motion correction is an important(More)
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