Abstract

We developed reflection-mode subwavelength-resolution photoacoustic microscopy capable of label-free microvascular imaging of various anatomical sites in vivo, including the mouse brain cortex with the skull intact. It may provide new possibilities for studying neurovascular coupling.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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