Femtosecond laser applications in biology: 29 April 2004, Strasbourg, France
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In vivo microdissection and live embryo imaging by twophoton microscopy to study
Highresolution multiphoton tomography of human skin in vivo and in vitro 546303
Multiphoton imaging of cardiovascular structures 546304
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2PEF microscopy ablation absorption acidic antibody Applications in Biology autocorrelation autofluorescence Avrillier ballistic beam biological biological tissues biopsies blood vessels brain cells CFROG chromophore collagen confocal cTAR Dermalnspect detected distribution Drosophila embryo dynamics elastin embryo epidermal experimental femtolysis femtosecond Femtosecond Laser Applications Figure FLIM fluorescence lifetime imaging fluorophores function FWHM gastrulation Gaussian Gaussian beam gene expression Germany GFPuv green fluorescent protein heart valve heart valve leaflets histogram human skin imaging depth induced inhomogeneities intensity Jean-Michel Tualle Jena Konig laser pulses laser scanning layer lipid LOV2 domain measurements micro-dissection module molecules morphogenetic movements multiphoton NCp7 nonlinear numerical numerical aperture optical out-of-focus fluorescence photon phototropin picosecond pixel probe radiation resolution sample second harmonic signal Sigrid Avrillier spatial spectra spectroscopy spectrum stack stained stratum corneum structures surface technique temporal time-resolved tissue twist expression two-photon fluorescence two-photon microscopy ultrafast ultrashort vivo wavelength