1 June 1975 In vivo Applications of Holographic Microscopy
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Holographic microscopy is a technique not currently being utilized in studying in vivo biomedical problems. This paper reviews the current status of holographic microscopy, evaluates some of the optical processing techniques which could improve the reconstructed image quality, and assesses the current status of biomedical applications. A joint effort by designers and potential users is needed to get the holographic microscope out of the optics research laboratory and into the biomedical laboratory.
Mary E. Cox, Mary E. Cox, } "In vivo Applications of Holographic Microscopy," Optical Engineering 14(3), 143106 (1 June 1975). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971867 . Submission:
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