stimulated emission depletion microscope

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stimulated emission depletion microscope ‎(plural stimulated emission depletion microscopes) (Abbreviated as: STED)

  1. A scanning laser microscope that uses a short excitation pulse followed by a depletion pulse tuned to an emission line of a fluorescent dye

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