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  • Note S1. Numerical simulations
  • Note S2. Single-pixel detection and compressive sensing
  • Note S3. Microscope characterization
  • Note S4. Comparison between TRAFIX and point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM)
  • Note S5. Polarization state evaluation
  • Fig. S1. Numerically simulated TF laser beam propagating through 400 μm of brain tissue.
  • Fig. S2. Properties of a numerically simulated TF laser beam through brain tissue.
  • Fig. S3. Effect of scattering on the beam profile with and without TF.
  • Fig. S4. Depth profile of a TF beam through a scattering phantom.
  • Fig. S5. Characterization of a TF beam through a scattering phantom.
  • Fig. S6. Images of fluorescent microscopic samples without scattering.
  • Fig. S7. Comparison of a hidden object and retrieved images through a scattering phantom with different resolution.
  • Fig. S8. Image of 4.8-μm fluorescent beads in a volumetric scattering phantom.
  • Fig. S9. Comparison of SBR of TRAFIX and point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM) at depth.
  • Fig. S10. Comparison of TRAFIX and point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM) through human colon tissue.
  • Fig. S11. Axial confinement in TRAFIX and point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM).
  • Fig. S12. Photobleaching comparison of TRAFIX and point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM).
  • Fig. S13. Effect of scattering on illumination beams in point-scanning two-photon microscopy (2PM) and TRAFIX.
  • Fig. S14. Effect of turbid media on light polarization.
  • Table S1. SBR measured for all the images shown in this work.
  • Table S2. Cell diameters of all images shown in this work.
  • Table S3. Beads spacing corresponding to all images shown in this work.
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