Abstract

The effect of dispersion of the excitation pulse in two-photon microscopy is examined with a photon-counting microscope in both stationary and scanning modalitites, and it is demonstrated that transform-limited pulses provide the best signal yield despite increased bleaching rates.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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