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An adaptive excitation source for multiphoton imaging

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We demonstrate an adaptive femtosecond laser source that improves the imaging speed by >10 times for multiphoton imaging of brain activity in awake mouse, achieving 30 frames/s, 734×734 µm field-of-view (FOV) at 700 µm depth.

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