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Balancing signal and photoperturbation in multiphoton light-sheet microscopy by optimizing laser pulse frequency

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Improving the imaging speed of multiphoton microscopy is an active research field. Among recent strategies, light-sheet illumination holds distinctive advantages for achieving fast imaging in vivo. However, photoperturbation in multiphoton light-sheet microscopy remains poorly investigated. We show here that the heart beat rate of zebrafish embryos is a sensitive probe of linear and nonlinear photoperturbations. By analyzing its behavior with respect to laser power, pulse frequency and wavelength, we derive guidelines to balance signal and photoperturbation. We then demonstrate one order-of-magnitude signal enhancement over previous implementations by optimizing the laser pulse frequency. These results open new opportunities for fast live tissue imaging.
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hal-03023281 , version 1 (25-11-2020)

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Vincent Maioli, Antoine Boniface, Pierre Mahou, Ferrer Ortas Julia, Lamiae Abdeladim, et al.. Balancing signal and photoperturbation in multiphoton light-sheet microscopy by optimizing laser pulse frequency. 2020. ⟨hal-03023281⟩
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