Scheme and image of the DermaInspect system with the Gigajet 20c laser. The laser beam is introduced in a galvoscanning unit, expanded, and deflected into a piezodriven high numerical aperture focusing optics.
Schematic diagram and photograph of the galvoscanning microscope used for nanoprocessing.
Two-photon autofluorescence image of Elodea leaf. No instantaneous photodamage was detectable.
High-resolution multiphoton autofluorescence tomography of human skin. Eleven optical sections from different tissue depths out of a stack are depicted.
Two-photon autofluorescence image of cells in the stratum spinosum at depth. Single mitochondria can be resolved.
Laser cutting effects in Giemsa labeled human chromosomes and intact interphase blood cells (a) before laser processing and (b) after laser irradiation
(a) Nanodissection and nanodrilling of labeled human chromosomes. An atomic force microscope (AFM) has been employed to measure the nanprocessing dimensions. (b) The lines indicate where the cuts and holes were measured. (c) Three-dimensional (3D) profile. (d) Examples of surface profiles of cuts and holes.
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