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Human lung tissue 7x6 tiles (1.61x1.38 mm) image before and after intensity correction. Scanning depth: 30 um below the specimen surface. Green - TPE, red - SHG. Large-area multiphoton laser scanning microscopy (LMLSM) can be applied in biology and medicine for high sensitivity and resolution tissue imaging. [See Hovhannisyanet al. Fig. 8 for details.]
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- Nonlinear optics in daily life
- Stretchable optical waveguides
- Nanoplasmonics: past, present, and glimpse into future
- Bridging the gap between optical fibers and silicon...
- Photoluminescence emission and Raman response of monolayer...
- Focus issue on surface plasmon photonics introduction
- Photonic crystal nanocavity with a Q-factor of ~9 million
- Rapid generation of light beams carrying orbital angular...
- Adiabatically-tapered fiber mode multiplexers
- Polarization rotator-splitters in standard active silicon...