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High-resolution Light-field Fluorescence Microscopy with Scanning Bessel Beam Illumination

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We combine light-field microscopy with scanning Bessel-beam illumination to achieve 3D fluorescence imaging. We experimentally demonstrate uniformly high lateral resolution over 20μm of axial thickness.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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