Multiphoton microscopy (MPM) is a powerful fluorescent microscopy technique that can produce 3D images of biological structures and processes at unprecedented depth scales. By combining two photons with half the energy to excite fluorophores (both synthetic and natural) in a specimen, MPM can reveal dynamic biological processes occurring deep within living tissue. As well as providing 3D images at unprecedented depths, MPM can reduce photobleaching, the damage caused by extended illumination with the excitation wavelengths.
At the forefront of scientific discoveries for nearly two decades, Bruker’s Ultima multiphoton imaging technology is a direct result of decades of close collaboration and laboratory experience with leading neuroscientists around the world. The involvement of these experts has led to a host of unique capabilities and features found only on Ultima systems, such as our modular setup, incorporated photostimulation light path, and feature-rich Prairie View software.
Hear from researchers and experts on best practices, new techniques and discoveries, and ideas for new applications using two-photon microscopy.
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