Abstract

We describe MUSE (Microscopy using Ultraviolet Surface Excitation) – a novel, non-destructive, slide-free, inexpensive and rapid microscopic technique that provides diagnostic-quality images directly from fresh or fixed tissues without freezing, paraffin-embedding, or thin-sectioning.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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