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Multiphoton Microscopy for Intravital Imaging Applications

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Intravital microscopy provides a unique opportunity to study biological phenomena in living organisms. We show results for multiphoton microscopy by two-photon absorption and second harmonic generation processes applied to intravital imaging of immune cells migration.

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