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Advanced semiconductor-laser light pulse sources for multiphoton microscopy

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We have developed novel light pulse sources based on the picosecond-pulse semiconductor laser technology. The light pulses are amplified to 100-kW peak power, and this enables the deep-site in vivo imaging of mouse brain tissues.

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