Two photon Microscopy News and Research

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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.
Two-photon microscopy technique tracks calcium levels in mice neurons

Two-photon microscopy technique tracks calcium levels in mice neurons

How microglia diagnose damaged circuits in an in vivo brain

How microglia diagnose damaged circuits in an in vivo brain

Mathematical models of adaptive immunity

Mathematical models of adaptive immunity

Scans show immune cells intercepting parasites

Scans show immune cells intercepting parasites

Scientists discover new cause of fatal brain injury from acute viral meningitis

Scientists discover new cause of fatal brain injury from acute viral meningitis

Massive brain imaging project awarded Keck Foundation grant

Massive brain imaging project awarded Keck Foundation grant

How T cells attack tumors

How T cells attack tumors

For the first time, scientists watch neurons change in response to experience

For the first time, scientists watch neurons change in response to experience