13 Second Harmonic Generation Signal from Biological Materials Using Multi-Functional Two-Photon Laser Scanning Microscopy

@inproceedings{Reshak201813SH,
  title={13 Second Harmonic Generation Signal from Biological Materials Using Multi-Functional Two-Photon Laser Scanning Microscopy},
  author={Ali H Reshak},
  year={2018}
}
The nonlinear optical effect, such as two-photon (Denk et al., 1990) and three-photon (Maiti et al., 1997; Schrader et al., 1997; Wokosin et al., 1996) fluorescence significantly improved the depth resolution and reduced the background noise. The nonlinear optical techniques have been used to develop a new generation of optical microscopes with novel capabilities. These new capabilities include the ability of using near-infrared light to induce absorption, and hence fluorescence from… CONTINUE READING

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