Tuesday, 19th October 2010 at 5pm (CET), 4pm (UK), 11am (EDT)
Register for Online Seminar/Webinar on Multiphoton Excitation and Deep Imaging Applications
Multiphoton microscopy is the method of choice for non-invasive deep-penetration fluorescence microscopy of thick highly scattering samples.
Multiphoton microscopy is optimal for a diversity of fixed and living biological samples. Specimens can range from thick organ sections, intact organs and whole embryos to entire animals.
Advantages of multiphoton excitation are:
- Greater penetration depth due to low scattering
- Reduced phototoxicity due to spatial confinement leads to longer lifetime of living cells
- Bleaching restricted to focal plane – no volume bleaching
- Intrinsical optical sectioning properties – no need for a detection pinhole
Join our webinar to hear about Deep Imaging Applications with the Leica multiphoton confocal system Leica TCS SP5 MP.
Learn more about Leica’s new, full-integrated Chameleon Compact