1300um Deep In Vivo Brain Imaging

3D reconstruction from the cortical surface to the hippocampal CA1 stratum radiatum
Image data provided by Katsuya Ozawa (RIKEN Brain Science Institute)
The image was acquired at RIKEN BSI-Olympus Collaboration Center
Sample : Thy1-YFP H-line male mouse (8 weeks old)
Objective lens : XLPLN25XWMP
Excitation wavelength: 960nm

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