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FEMTOSECOND CELLULAR TRANSFECTION USING A NON DIFFRACTING LIGHT BEAM

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Abstract

Foreign DNA introduction inside the living cell has been demonstrated using a Bessel beam. This obviates the need to locate precisely the cell membrane permitting two-photon photoporation along a line leading to successful transfection.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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