Abstract

We use multiphoton in vivo flow cytometry to monitor multiple cell lines. With a reduced-repetition-rate (20-MHz) mode-locked oscillator, the signal is enhanced four-fold, enabling detection in blood of multiple cell lines expressing different GFP variants.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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