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  • Advanced Microscopy Techniques III
  • SPIE Proceedings (Optica Publishing Group, 2013),
  • paper 879702

Quantification of Inflammation in Colonic Tissue Sections and Wound Healing In-Vitro with Digital Holographic Microscopy

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Abstract

We show that the tissue refractive index, obtained from quantitative digital holographic microscopy (DHM) phase contrast images of unstained histological colonic sections, is directly related to the degree of inflammation in experimental colitis. In addition, it is demonstrated that quantitative DHM phase contrast is capable to quantify in-vitro wound healing assays.

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