Feedback phase correction of Bessel beams in confocal line light-sheet microscopy: a simulation study.

  title={Feedback phase correction of Bessel beams in confocal line light-sheet microscopy: a simulation study.},
  author={S. Moosavi and C. Gohn-Kreuz and A. Rohrbach},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={52 23},
  • S. Moosavi, C. Gohn-Kreuz, A. Rohrbach
  • Published 2013
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Applied optics
  • Confocal line detection has been shown to improve contrast in light-sheet-based microscopy especially when illuminating the sample by Bessel beams. Besides their self-reconstructing capability, the stability in propagation direction of Bessel beams allows to block the unwanted emission light from the Bessel beam's ring system. However, due to phase aberrations induced especially at the border of the specimen, Bessel beams may not propagate along lines parallel to the slit detector. Here we… CONTINUE READING
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