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Multi-Line Lasers Help Simplify Systems Based on Light Sheet Microscopy for Clinical Applications

Conference will begin: Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Presented by: Melissa Haahr, HÜBNER Photonics

Fluorescence imaging using lasers is a key technique in both biomedical research and clinical applications. Fluorescence-based microscopy for high-resolution and high-throughput multifluorophore imaging typically relies on the use of several individual laser sources at different wavelengths. One option to achieve this is a permanently aligned and service-free multicolor illumination source. Such a multline laser solution, with up to four laser wavelengths in a small package, can enable more cost-efficient, compact, and user-friendly instrumentation, in addition to simplifying manufacture and maintenance.

Haahr discusses the relative advantages of multiline lasers, introduces the technology, and illustrates a real-life example in which multiline lasers are helping to simplify system design and manufacture for instrumentation based on light-sheet microscopy for 3D pathology, which can, in theory, address the speeds necessary for clinical sampling. The session is intended for both researchers and instrument manufacturers who are interested in new solutions of lasers for their experiments or instrument design, especially those that are based on light-sheet microscopy.


About the presenter
Melissa HaahrMelissa Haahr is the product manager at HÜBNER Photonics for Cobolt’s lasers for the life sciences. Haahr holds a master’s degree in physical chemistry from the University of Oregon and bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and environmental science from Alfred University. She joined HÜBNER Photonics in 2014, bringing experience in analytical instrumentation and analysis techniques, as well as in technical sales.







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