A custom-built 2-photon microscope incorporating a new, fast adaptive optics (AO) approach now provides its first AO-enhanced images. When targeting high-resolution imaging of biological samples at large depths, non-linear microscopy, and in particular 2- or even...
A custom-built light-sheet microscope containing our newly developed fast adaptive optics approach, is now ready for systematic testing with various biological samples. Light-sheet fluorescence microscopy proved many advantages when imaging biological samples,...
Custom-designed Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor enables accurate control of an adaptive optics loop in scattering conditions for the imaging of neuronal structures. Adaptive Optics approaches in fluorescence microscopy Although many Adaptive Optics (AO) approaches...
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