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Evaluation of Optical Access to the Brain in the Near Infrared Range with a Transparent Cranial Implant

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We report on the improvements in optical access provided by a transparent cranial implant for brain studies in the Near Infrared range. Comparison between the cranial implant and murine native skull by ex-vivo transmittance measurements and Laser Speckle Imaging are presented.

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