infrared microscopy?

Shawn Lockery 503-346-4590 shawn at chinook.uoregon.edu
Wed Jul 13 14:17:20 EST 1994


Infrared video microscopy is used in electrophysiological circles to
allow visualization of neurons in 300 um thick brain slices.  The
reduced light scattering enhances of IR illumination makes the cells
easier to see.  Anybody tried this on looling into adult worms?

Shawn R. Lockery
Institute of Neuroscience
1254 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1254

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