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Two-photon Bio-imaging with a Mode-locked Semiconductor Laser

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We demonstrated two-photon imaging of biological tissues by employing a mode-locked semiconductor laser. Kilowatt-peak-power second-harmonic pulses were obtained from amplified 1.55-µm optical pulses, and were used for two-photon excitation.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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