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Multiline Orthogonal Scanning Temporal Focusing (mosTF) microscopy for reducing scattering in high-speed in vivo brain imaging

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Abstract

Temporal focusing microscopy is used for in vivo brain imaging but influenced by tissue scattering. We developed Multiline Orthogonal Scanning Temporal Focusing microscopy that reduces scattering by reassignment of scattered emission photons.

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