Huygens Multi-Photon Deconvolution Software
Specially designed to take into account the optical properties of all brands of microscopes
Huygens Multi-Photon Microscopy
takes the multiple excitation photons
into account, which are simultaneously absorbed by a fluorophore in a fluorescence event. This essential feature in Huygens combined with its state-of-the-art spherical abberation correction, guarantees high image quality and resolution - even of very thick samples.
Image shows a small region of a mouse small intestine organoid embedded in fluorescent mounting medium (MOWIOL-488 Dabco), and was acquired with a Multi-Photon (NDD) using a low NA 20x water immersion lens. Image kindly provided by Philipp Tripal, Benjamin Schmid, Ralph Palmisano, Optical Imaging Centre Erlangen, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen, Germany.
Use advanced Maximum Likelihood Estimation algorithms. Learn more: Huygens Algorithms.
All Microscope Brands
All brands and types of Multi-Photon Microscopes are supported, as well as many File Formats.
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"So far Huygens seems to surpass our other products at least for deconvolution and also surface rendering, and most of all, the technical support that you have provided is truly tremendous."
Huong Ha, Neuroscience Program, Stanford University, USA.
"Both my facility users and I are very impressed with the new (and not so new) features, and some of my new users are really enjoying the object analyzer and the ROI options!"
Dr. Zoltan Cseresnyes, Confocal and 2-Photon Microscopy Core Facility, Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany.
Huygens Multi-Photon Deconvolution Gallery
SHG signal of the rat soleous muscle's myosin imaged with a Leica two-photon microscope (NA: 1, 20x). Stack has been deconvolved with Huygens using a measured PSF, and visualized with the Huygens SFP Renderer. High quality imaging together with Huygens allows you to see through the muscle's A bands from one side to the other. The stack dimensions is 105x105x87 μm. Image kindly provided by Dr. Dimitris Kapsokalyvas, Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Maastricht University, The Netherlands.
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Autofluorescence from pollen grains was captured with Zeiss 710 NLO multiphoton microscope in three channels using 850nm laser excitation. Two channels (blue and magenta) show two-photon autofluorescence in different spectral ranges, the third channel (green) shows second harmonic generation from starch particles inside the pollen grain. The acquired 3D dataset was deconvolved and maximum intensity projection image was rendered with Huygens. Image kindly provided by Dr. Matyas Molnar, BioVis imaging facility, Uppsala University, Sweden.
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Erythrocytes that mark the developing vasculature in a mouse embryo (E14.5). This 8x11x2mm specimen was imaged on a multiphoton microscope excited at 790nm using a 25x 1.0NA Objective. Subsequently, the image was stitched, deconvolved with Huygens Professional using a measured PSF, and visualised with depth-coded colouring using the Huygens MIP renderer (version 19.10). Image kindly provided by Howard Vindin, Weiss Laboratory, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney, Australia.
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Available for Huygens Essential, Professional and Core
The Huygens Multi-Photon optical option supports all brands and types of Multi-Photon microscopes. The option can be tested with a free test license. The product is commercially available as a licensed option for Huygens Essential, Professional and Core.
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