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Fast Volumetric and Off-Angle Brain Imaging with the FVMPE-RS® Multiphoton Microscope

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Wednesday, May 01, 2019
Multiphoton microscopy has become the primary tool for in vivo studies of brain structure and activity at the cellular level in animal models ranging from small mice to larger mammals such as primates. As applications of this technique broaden, researchers continue to seek increasingly fast volumetric imaging performance to study dynamic brain responses. There has also been growing interest in accessing specific brain regions that are difficult to reach with conventional microscope designs. The Olympus Inner Focus articulating nosepiece addresses these challenges. The unit can be mounted on the Olympus FVMPE-RS® multiphoton microscope to provide more degrees of freedom using a moveable arm while also facilitating rapid axial focusing with no mechanical movement.
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