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High (1 GHz) repetition rate compact femtosecond laser: A powerful multiphoton tool for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology

Ehlers, A and Riemann, I and Martin, S and Le Harzic, R and Bartels, A and Janke, C and Koenig, K (2007) High (1 GHz) repetition rate compact femtosecond laser: A powerful multiphoton tool for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 102 (1).

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Abstract

Multiphoton tomography of human skin and nanosurgery of human chromosomes have been performed with a 1 GHz repetition rate laser by the use of the commercially available femtosecond multiphoton laser tomograph DermaInspect as well as a compact galvoscanning microscope. We performed the autofluorescence tomography up to 100 mu m in the depth of human skin. Submicron cutting lines and hole drillings have been conducted on labeled human chromosomes.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Biomedical Science > Nanobiotechnology
Biomedical Science > Nanomedicine
Analytical Science > Beam methods
ID Code:2717
Deposited By:Farnush Anwar
Deposited On:09 Jan 2009 11:02
Last Modified:12 Feb 2009 15:16

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