Archive: September, 2016

Phase correlation imaging of unlabeled cell dynamics

Posted on 09/20/16 by Mikhail Kandel

PDF Link We present phase correlation imaging (PCI) as a novel approach to study cell dynamics in a spatiallyresolved manner. PCI relies on quantitative phase imaging time-lapse data and, as such, functions in label-free mode, without the limitations associated with exogenous markers. The correlation time map outputted in PCI informs on the dynamics of the […]

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Quantitative phase imaging for medical diagnosis

Posted on 09/20/16 by Mikhail Kandel

PDF Link Optical microscopy is an indispensable diagnostic tool in modern healthcare. As a prime example, pathologists rely exclusively on light microscopy to investigate tissue morphology in order to make a diagnosis. While advances in light microscopy and contrast markers allow pathologists to visualize cells and tissues in unprecedented detail, the interpretation of these images […]

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