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Fiber Bundle in-vivo Epifluorescence Microscopy with Image Reconstruction

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We present a method for recording calcium fluorescence in live mice using a fiber bundle. To overcome the low spatial resolution of the fiber we suggest a method for up sampling images by compressive sensing.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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