17 February 2017 Monitoring temporal microstructural variations of skeletal muscle tissues by multispectral Mueller matrix polarimetry
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Mueller matrix polarimetry is a powerful tool for detecting microscopic structures, therefore can be used to monitor physiological changes of tissue samples. Meanwhile, spectral features of scattered light can also provide abundant microstructural information of tissues. In this paper, we take the 2D multispectral backscattering Mueller matrix images of bovine skeletal muscle tissues, and analyze their temporal variation behavior using multispectral Mueller matrix parameters. The 2D images of the Mueller matrix elements are reduced to the multispectral frequency distribution histograms (mFDHs) to reveal the dominant structural features of the muscle samples more clearly. For quantitative analysis, the multispectral Mueller matrix transformation (MMT) parameters are calculated to characterize the microstructural variations during the rigor mortis and proteolysis processes of the skeletal muscle tissue samples. The experimental results indicate that the multispectral MMT parameters can be used to judge different physiological stages for bovine skeletal muscle tissues in 24 hours, and combining with the multispectral technique, the Mueller matrix polarimetry and FDH analysis can monitor the microstructural variation features of skeletal muscle samples. The techniques may be used for quick assessment and quantitative monitoring of meat qualities in food industry.
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Yang Dong, Yang Dong, Honghui He, Honghui He, Chao He, Chao He, Hui Ma, Hui Ma, } "Monitoring temporal microstructural variations of skeletal muscle tissues by multispectral Mueller matrix polarimetry", Proc. SPIE 10059, Optical Tomography and Spectroscopy of Tissue XII, 100590E (17 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2251326; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2251326
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