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25 Hz en-face Low-Coherent Quantitative Reflection Phase Imaging of Living Cells

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The surface motion of a living cell is imaged in 25 Hz frame rate without dyes or mechanical probes. The setup is based on a low-coherent Linnik microscope with sub-nanometer resolution optical-path length control.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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