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    CARMEN Project's Multimodal Imaging to Detect Cancerous Cells Faster, More Accurately

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    A European research project called CARMEN seeks to improve the detection of cancerous cells during surgery through the use of multimodal imaging. The project is led by Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) and Multitel asbl in Belgium, with support from JenLab GmbH, DELTATEC, and LaserSpec. The project aims to develop a compact, multimodal imaging system.

    Specifically, the partners hope to develop a laser system capable of generating several excitation wavelengths and different pulse durations, necessary to facilitate a compact multimodal system. Such a system could potentially enable the combination of anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy with multiphoton and superresolution stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy in a single device. The…

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    Jan, 04 2021 |

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