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Optical Micro-Tomographic Study of Babesia microti-Parasite Infected Red Blood Cells

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Abstract

The morphological, biochemical and mechanical alteration of host red blood cells due to parasitization by Babesia microti infection are investigated using a laser holographic micro-tomography, as noninvasive and label-free optical technique.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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