This is one of the first biological samples that I got to image with nonlinear Raman imaging. It is a z-stack fly-through of the deeper cortical layers of a fixed brain slice from a rat. The imaging method is Stimulated Raman Scattering (SRS), which uses vibrational contrast that is native to covalent chemical bonds in samples. This particular series of SRS images is tuned to highlight lipid-dominant signal, which comprises much a particular cells organelles and membranes.
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Graduate Student working on my Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. Primary research interests are applications of nonlinear imaging to answer questions for neuroscience and other biomedical applications. Avid musician, hiker, homebrewer, personal finance junkie, foreign affairs and international relations enthusiast. View all posts by Wilson Adams