Abstract

A highly stable multimodal 3D imaging system is developed, for simultaneous recording and retrieval of 3D fluorescence imaging and quantitative phase distribution of a biological sample, by incorporating the single-shot common-path off-axis configurations of the incoherent and coherent digital holographic microscopes, respectively.

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