(レーザー関連)TWO-PHOTON MICROSCOPY AT THE HARVEY LAB – HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL

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Last summer we released a white paper titled “How Mode-Locked Lasers Affect the Past, Present, and Future of Two-Photon Microscopy” which reviewed in detail the evolution of two-photon microscopy, with a particular focus on its usefulness in producing high-resolution images of living cells. Since the release of that paper, we have been pleased to see a significant uptick in interest from our customers in using the technique for a wide range of applications in biophotonics research. In this particular blog post, we are going to take a look at research conducted by our customer, Dr. Christopher Harvey, at Harvard Medical School who has been using the DIADEM-IR-30 mode-locked laser from Spark Lasers to facilitate his cutting edge optogenetics research. In Dr. Harvey’s study, the particular sample under investigation is mouse parietal cortex, where the neurons have genetically modified calcium indicator GCaMP6s and the optogenetic actuator ChrimsonR.

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