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3D-scanning microscopy with adaptive lenses and prisms for zebrafish studies
Journal of Optical Microsystems
Point-scanning-based microscopy systems require combination of axial and lateral scanning to obtain three-dimensional (3D) data. Axial scanning was commonly achieved by mechanical displacement of the objective or the sample. To improve, various adaptive lens-based solutions have been reported to circumvent the need for mechanically moving parts. The lateral scanning is predominantly implemented using galvanometric mirrors. Although the performance of such devices is flawless, they requiredoi:10.1117/1.jom.1.2.024501 fatcat:jo4yqva2zvaqfgldfpbf7ah7mu