Measuring aberrations in the rat brain by a new coherence-gated wavefront sensor using a Linnik interferometer

@inproceedings{Wang2012MeasuringAI,
  title={Measuring aberrations in the rat brain by a new coherence-gated wavefront sensor using a Linnik interferometer},
  author={Jinyu Wang and Jean-François L{\'e}ger and Jonas Binding and Claude Boccara and Sylvain Gigan and Laurent Bourdieu},
  booktitle={Photonics West - Biomedical Optics},
  year={2012}
}
Wavefront distortions due to refractive index mismatch and tissue inhomogeneity may limit the resolution, contrast, signal strength and achievable imaging depth of microscope. Traditional Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensors can't be used in strongly scattering biological samples since there is no selection of the ballistic photons originating from the reference point in the sample amongst all the backscattered photons. In contrast, coherence-gated wavefront sensing (CGWS) allows the fast… CONTINUE READING

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