Abstract

We present a stimulated Raman scattering imaging system which acquires a Raman spectrum within 20 µs. A U-Net deep learning network is applied to maintain the sensitivity at high speeds, enabling high-throughput label-free spectroscopic imaging of cells and tissues.

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