Omer Tzang

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We demonstrate a new, label-free, far-field super-resolution method based on an ultrafast pump-probe scheme oriented toward nanomaterial imaging. A focused pump laser excites a diffraction-limited spatial temperature profile, and the nonlinear changes in reflectance are probed. Enhanced spatial resolution is demonstrated with nanofabricated silicon and(More)
The recent advances in far-field super-resolution (SR) microscopy rely on, and therefore are limited by the ability to control the fluorescence of label molecules. We demonstrated a far field label-free SR methodology that relies on the nonlinear response of the reflectance to photo-modulation by a pump laser. Here we extend our approach in two directions.(More)
Wave-front shaping techniques enable focusing and imaging through scattering media. Unfortunately, most approaches require invasive feedback inside or behind the sample, or use of spatial correlations (memory effect) limiting the application to specific types of samples. Recent approaches overcome these limitations by taking advantage of acoustic waves via(More)
Focusing inside scattering media is a challenging task with a variety of applications in biomedicine. State of the art methods mostly require invasive feedback inside or behind the sample, limiting practical use. We present a technique for dynamic control and focusing inside scattering media that combines two powerful methods: optical coherence tomography(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to assess the longitudinal topographical relationships between minimal luminal area (MLA) sites and plaques with the most vulnerable characteristics using radiofrequency-based virtual histology intravascular ultrasound analysis. METHODS We analyzed 69 native coronary artery segments with de-novo lesions (>50% stenosis)(More)
AIMS To investigate the relationship between various serum biomarkers and coronary atherosclerotic plaque composition obtained by intravascular ultrasound virtual histology (IVUS-VH). METHODS Using ELISA, we measured the serum levels of CD40 ligand, C-reactive protein, monocyte chemoattractant protein 1 (MCP-1), metalloproteinase 9, P-selectin and(More)
The recent advances in far-field super-resolution (SR) microscopy rely on, and therefore are limited by the ability to control the fluorescence of label molecules. We suggest a new, label-free, far-field SR microscopy based on temperature dependence of Raman scattering. Here, we present simulation and experimental characterization of the method. In an(More)
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