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Development of a multiphoton laser-induced fluorescence diagnosis system for microbiological and tissue applications
Author(s): Georgi Borislawow Graschew; Matthias Bastian; Stefan Rakowsky; Theo A. Roelofs; Evangelos Balanos; Peter M. Schlag
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Paper Abstract

Multiphoton excitation of selected dye molecules for laser-induced fluorescence diagnosis (LIFD) and optical biopsy of biological tissue and microbiological samples has various advantages: greater tissue penetration, more spatial resolution and less photo-bleaching. New applicators and microscopical set-ups for the delivery of the fs-pulsed laser radiation as required for multiphoton LIFD and optical biopsy need to be developed. Beam delivery solutions and workplaces for microbiological and tissue diagnosis are presented.

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Date Published: 23 December 2004
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 5620, Solid State Laser Technologies and Femtosecond Phenomena, (23 December 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.579510
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Georgi Borislawow Graschew, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)
Matthias Bastian, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)
Stefan Rakowsky, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)
Theo A. Roelofs, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)
Evangelos Balanos, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)
Peter M. Schlag, Charite-Univ. Medicine Berlin (Germany)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5620:
Solid State Laser Technologies and Femtosecond Phenomena
Jonathan A. C. Terry; W. Andrew Clarkson, Editor(s)

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