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Imaging of intracellular surface motility using a Low-Coherent Quantitative Phase Microscope

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Abstract

We report the imaging of intracellular surface fluctuation in living cells by Low-Coherent Quantitative Phase Microscopy. The motility images of non-labeled cells were obtained in subcellular resolution.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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