Neurophotonics

Editor-in-Chief: Anna Devor, Boston University, USA

Neurophotonics is an open access journal covering advances in optical technology applicable to study of the brain and their impact on the basic and clinical neuroscience applications.

On the cover: The figure is from the paper "Implantable photonic neural probes for light-sheet fluorescence brain imaging" by Wesley D. Sacher et al., in Volume 8, Issue 2.

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Aberration correction in stimulated emission depletion microscopy to increase imaging depth in living brain tissue

Stéphane Bancelin et al.

Group-level cortical functional connectivity patterns using fNIRS: assessing the effect of bilingualism in young infants

Borja Blanco et al.

Processing pipeline for image reconstructed fNIRS analysis using both MRI templates and individual anatomy

Samuel H. Forbes et al.

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Meryem A. Yücel, et al. (2021) Open Access


Interpreting in vivo calcium signals from neuronal cell bodies, axons, and dendrites: a review

Farhan Ali, Alex C. Kwan (2019) Open Access


Light-sheet fluorescence expansion microscopy: fast mapping of neural circuits at super resolution

Jana Bürgers, et al. (2019) Open Access


Selective photobiomodulation for emotion regulation: model-based dosimetry study

Paolo Cassano, et al. (2019) Open Access


Quantitative in vivo dual-color bioluminescence imaging in the mouse brain

Markus Aswendt, Stefanie Vogel, Cordula Schäfer, Amit Jathoul, Martin Pule, Mathias Hoehn (2019) Open Access


Nonresonant Raman spectroscopy of isolated human retina samples complying with laser safety regulations for in vivo measurements

Clara Stiebing, et al. (2019) Open Access


Comparison between transgenic and AAV-PHP.eB-mediated expression of GCaMP6s using in vivo wide-field functional imaging of brain activity

Nicholas J. Michelson, Matthieu P. Vanni, Timothy H. Murphy (2019) Open Access


Disrupted functional brain connectivity networks in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: evidence from resting-state functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Mengjing Wang, Zhishan Hu, Lu Liu, Haimei Li, Qiujin Qian, Haijing Niu (2020) Open Access


BabyLux device: a diffuse optical system integrating diffuse correlation spectroscopy and time-resolved near-infrared spectroscopy for the neuromonitoring of the premature newborn brain

Martina Giovannella, et al. (2019) Open Access


High-density functional diffuse optical tomography based on frequency-domain measurements improves image quality and spatial resolution

Matthaios Doulgerakis, Adam T. Eggebrecht, Hamid Dehghani (2019) Open Access


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