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Whole-field photorefractive holography can be combined with low-coherence interferometry for three-dimensional imaging and other applications, including imaging through turbid media, but the off-axis holographic recording geometry results in a limited field of view when light of low temporal coherence is used. We show that tilting the energy fronts with… (More)
Customised photorefractive quantum well devices have been developed for real-time video acquisition of coherence-gated, three-dimensional images. Holographic imaging with direct video capture has been demonstrated. The technique has been applied to 3-D imaging through turbid media with 50 mm transverse and 60 mm depth resolution being achieved using near… (More)
We evaluated the Vitek2, Etest, and MIC Test Strip (MTS) methods of tigecycline susceptibility testing with 241 expanded-spectrum cephalosporin-resistant and/or carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae and Acinetobacter baumannii clinical isolates by using dry-form broth microdilution (BMD) as the reference method. The MIC(50/90)s were as follows: BMD, 1/4… (More)
An independent assessment is described of a dual-wavelength imaging technique, known as the temporally extrapolated absorbance method (TEAM), proposed by Yamada et al. [Opt. Eng. 32, 634-641 (1993)]. The technique involves recording the temporal distribution of light transmitted across a scattering medium at two carefully chosen wavelengths at which the… (More)
Due to an oversight during the revision process, one of the authors was not mentioned in this paper. The author list should read: R. Jones, M. Tziraki, D. Parsons Karavassilis, P. M. W. French, K. M. Kwolek, D. D. Nolte and M. R. Melloch.
Our brain constantly receives tactile information from the body's surface. We often only become aware of this information when directing our attention towards the body. Here, we report a study investigating the behavioural and neural response when selecting a target amongst distractor vibrations presented simultaneously to several locations either across… (More)