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Correcting distorted optics: back to the basics

Nature Methods volume 7, pages 108110 (2010) | Download Citation

A surprisingly simple method provides an effective way of correcting optical distortions in two-photon fluorescence microscopy and recovers nearly ideal images of inhomogeneous thick samples.

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  1. Rainer Heintzmann is at King's College London, Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, London, UK.  heintzmann@googlemail.com

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