Light-Field Microscopy with Temporal Focusing Multiphoton Illumination for Scanless Volumetric Bioimaging
Posted on 23.11.2022 - 14:50
A temporal focusing multiphoton illumination (TFMI) method is proposed for achieving selective volume illumination (SVI) (i.e., illuminating only the volume of interest) in light-field microscopy (LFM). The proposed method minimizes the background noise of the LFM images and enhances the contrast, and thus improves the imaging quality. Three-dimensional (3D) volumetric imaging is achieved by reconstructing the LFM images using a phase-space deconvolution algorithm. The experimental results obtained using 100-nm fluorescent beads show that the proposed TFMI-LFM system achieves lateral and axial resolutions of 1.2 μm and 1.1 μm, respectively, at the focal plane. Furthermore, the TFMI-LFM system enables 3D images of the single lobe of the drosophila mushroom body with GFP biomarker (OK-107) to be reconstructed in a one-snapshot record.
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Hsu, Feng-Chun; Lin, Chun-Yu; Hu, Yvonne; Hwu, Yeukuang; Chiang, Ann-Shyn; Chen, Shean-Jen (2022): Light-Field Microscopy with Temporal Focusing Multiphoton Illumination for Scanless Volumetric Bioimaging. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.6157866.v1
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