Enhanced Two-Photon In Vivo Flow Cytometry with an Extended Cavity Laser

Abstract

We use multiphoton in vivo flow cytometry to monitor multiple cell lines. With a reduced-repetition-rate (20-MHz) mode-locked oscillator, the signal is enhanced four-fold, enabling detection in blood of multiple cell lines expressing different GFP variants. 

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@article{Tkaczyk2007EnhancedTI, title={Enhanced Two-Photon In Vivo Flow Cytometry with an Extended Cavity Laser}, author={E. R. Tkaczyk and Jing Yong Ye and Steve Katnik and K Luker and G G Luker and J. Baker and T. B. Norris}, journal={2007 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)}, year={2007}, pages={1-2} }