Abstract

Differential Aberration Imaging (DAI) uses a deformable mirror to improve two-photon fluorescence microscopy by enhancing rejection of out-of-focus background from scattering. We report a new implementation of DAI using a Modulating Retroreflector Mirror.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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