Halite vs Ti:Sapphire laser in Two-Photon Microscopy

Two-Photon Excited Fluorescence brought incredible advances in the fields of biology and neuroscience. The nonlinear dependence of the detected signal with the intensity of excitation makes femtosecond lasers perfect sources for this technique. The incident femtosecond pulses may be precisely localized within a sample volume, reducing thermal damage and photo-bleaching and as such allowing for in vivo studies.

Now our compact and robust Halite laser brings a new quality to this technique. Four times lower repetition rates and subsequent four times higher energy (brightness) deliver clearer images than ever.

See the Applications for more information on using our lasers in industry, science, and medicine!