29 April 2016 3D high- and isotropic resolution in tomographic diffractive microscopy by illumination angular scanning, specimen rotation and improved data recombination
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Tomographic diffractive microscopy allows for imaging unlabeled specimens, with a better resolution than conventional microscopes, giving access to the index of refraction distribution within the specimen, and possibly at high speed. Principles of image formation and reconstruction are presented, and progresses towards realtime, three-dimensional acquisition, image reconstruction and final display, are discussed, as well as towards three-dimensional isotropic-resolution imaging.
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Jonathan Bailleul, Jonathan Bailleul, Bertrand Simon, Bertrand Simon, Bruno Colicchio, Bruno Colicchio, Matthieu Debailleul, Matthieu Debailleul, Olivier Haeberlé, Olivier Haeberlé, "3D high- and isotropic resolution in tomographic diffractive microscopy by illumination angular scanning, specimen rotation and improved data recombination", Proc. SPIE 9896, Optics, Photonics and Digital Technologies for Imaging Applications IV, 98960M (29 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2227058; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2227058
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