Diffraction tomography for biological cells imaging using digital holographic microscopy

Many biological objects are mainly transparent and weakly scattering, thus a promising (and already widely used) way of imaging them consists in considering optical refractive index variations. The method proposed here permits 3D imaging of the refractive index distribution with a tomographic approach. Usually, the classical Radon transform does not sufficiently take into account the physical interaction between light and biological cells, therefore diffraction has to be considered.


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Laser Applications in Life Sciences , 7376, 737613
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Laser Applications in Life Sciences, Oulu, Finland, June 9-11, 2010
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2010
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SPIE
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