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Breasts and Brains, Similarities and Differences: the Role of Nonlinear Microscopy in Molecular Imaging

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I will discuss the opportunities for nonlinear optical molecular imaging, focusing on measurement of intrinsic nonlinear optical signatures of cancer or of brain activation, and put this work in context with other modalities.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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