Confocal microscopy has remained the gold standard technique for imaging both fixed and living samples for many years. Nevertheless, it has limitations, particularly in terms of how deep it can image inside a sample.
These limitations have spurred the development of multiphoton microscopy (MPM), a more powerful fluorescent microscopy technique that can produce 3D images of biological structures and processes at unprecedented depth scales.
Download this eBook to discover more about MPM, including:
- How it works
- How it provides solutions to challenges in microscopy
- Its possible future applications