March 23rd, 2017 | Company News
Two-photon non-linear microscopy
Two-photon non-linear microscopy is a flourescence technique that enables the imaging of living biological samples, especially useful in neuroscience, where obtaining high resolution and precise results is always a challenge. The extreme bandwidth of the venteon ultra ensures ultra-short pulse durations that result in high photon flux at the focal point of the laser, thus increasing the fluorescent signal and image quality. The venteon ultra has been instrumental in the research reported in the two following papers to achieve precise results in two-photon microscopy:
Another application that benefits from the ultrabroadband spectrum of the venteon ultra is CARS / SERS, a spectroscopic method sensitive to vibrational signatures of molecules similar to Raman spectroscopy. The octave spanning spectrum is an ideal laser source for any CARS / SRS applications and this has been shown in the following paper:
The venteon ultra has unique spectral properties, it delivers >240 mW of sub-5.5 fs laser pulses directly out the box. It has a pulse energy >3 nj @ 80 MHz repetition rate, making it ideal for numerous applications.
To find out more about the exceptionally short pulse duration of the venteon ultra and how it can benefit you, please contact us.