Bob M. F. Chung

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Scaling the number of measurable parameters, which allows for multidimensional data analysis and thus higher-confidence statistical results, has been the main trend in the advanced development of flow cytometry. Notably, adding high-resolution imaging capabilities allows for the complex morphological analysis of cellular/sub-cellular structures. This is not(More)
Asymmetric-Detection Time-Stretch Optical Microscopy (ATOM) is a recently emerged technology that provides ultra-fast cell imaging with a frame rate up to MHz — orders-of-magnitude higher than any classical imaging systems. However, existing measuring instruments are unable to fully exploit the capability of ATOM. For example, the volume of imaging(More)
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