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Quantitative, functional biomarkers of stem cell differentiation in 3D using multi-modal non-linear imaging with endogenous contrast

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Non-linear imaging methods offer unique opportunities to non-invasively characterize functional stem cell changes during differentiation over time. Thus, they could impact significantly upon the development of improved tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and drug testing platforms.

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