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Optofluidic Lasers in Blood

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The first demonstration of lasing in human whole blood was achieved by using the Indocyanine green as the gain media via an optofluidic ring-resonator, which may lead to novel clinical applications of optofluidic lasers.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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