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Two-photon microscopy (also known as two-photon fluorescence light microscopy) was invented in 1990 as a new method of imaging live cells and tissues in three-dimensions. Conventional fluorescence microscopy illuminates a specimen through the processes of excitation and emissions.
Scientists find how cells remain dormant for years before awakening to create metastatic cancer

Scientists find how cells remain dormant for years before awakening to create metastatic cancer

New two-photon microscope provides unprecedented brain-imaging ability

New two-photon microscope provides unprecedented brain-imaging ability

Scientists identify antigen valencies that work best in vaccine designs for HIV, SARS-CoV-2

Scientists identify antigen valencies that work best in vaccine designs for HIV, SARS-CoV-2

A focused approach to imaging neural activity in the brain

A focused approach to imaging neural activity in the brain

Innovative two-photon microscopy enables in vivo subcellular imaging of the retina

Innovative two-photon microscopy enables in vivo subcellular imaging of the retina

Uncovering how different types of stimulation impact neuronal activity

Uncovering how different types of stimulation impact neuronal activity