Multiphoton microscopy is an advanced biological imaging tool that enables high spatial resolution and deep tissue penetration. It is particularly useful for the study of live cells and tissues, minimizing photodamage and providing excellent contrast and signal-to-noise ratios. This technique can visualize a wide range of biological structures and processes, such as neuronal activity, blood flow, and cellular metabolism. Our facilities offer multiple microscopes to suit various experimental needs. In addition, we are constantly developing new multimodal techniques, including the use of CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering) in combination with multiphoton microscopy.


– Blood flow imaging

– Cell migration

– Immunology

– Stem cell imaging

– Developmental biology

– Neuronal imaging

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