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Functional optical imaging has helped scientists at The Scripps Research Institute's Florida campus (Jupiter) make a discovery fundamental to long-term memory.
A new technique—a modified approach to optical coherence tomography (OCT) able to provide cross-sectional images of biomolecules—promises significant implications for both clinical and research applications.
A new techniquea modified approach to optical coherence tomography (OCT) able to provide cross-sectional images of biomoleculespromises significant implications for both clinical and research applications.
and extend dramatically, to the point of enabling functional imaging . Now, a newly developed technique, OCT angiography ..... Compared to the 'gold standards' Compared with other functional imaging techniques, a key advantage of OCTA is that it is
microscope performs whole-animal functional imaging in larval Drosophila . Keller ..... opens up the possibility of functional imaging in an entire, behaving animal ..... possible to perform high-speed functional imaging over developmental time scales
proposed as a promising imaging modality to increase penetration depth in vivo , especially in neuroscience for the functional imaging of subcortical structures. 5 The three-photon absorption process dictates that the laser light be shifted further
enables in-vivo , label-free functional imaging of hemoglobin oxygen saturation ..... used for noninvasive in-vivo functional imaging of methylene blue-labeled ..... enabling in-vivo label-free functional imaging of individual red blood cells
compensation wavefront used in (c) is shown in (d). A new paper reports recent progress of applying IMPACT to functional imaging of the cortex to ~660 μm, through the intact skull, in awake mice. In experiments, the technique's high
functional connectivity magnetic resonance imaging (fcMRI) lacks sufficient signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for functional imaging in mice, 5 while optical intrinsic signal imaging (fcOIS) has limited spatial resolution and can image only through
Cellular Biophotonics Laboratory, the Diffuse Optical Spectroscopy and Imaging Laboratory, and the Laboratory for Functional Imaging and Spectroscopy of Superficial Tissues. Leveraging their position at BLI, these programs also receive federal