BLIND DECONVOLUTION AND 3 D PSF MODELING IN BIOLOGICAL MICROSCOPY 1 Introduction : research topic and state of the art

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  title={BLIND DECONVOLUTION AND 3 D PSF MODELING IN BIOLOGICAL MICROSCOPY 1 Introduction : research topic and state of the art},
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  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
Multidimensional microscopy is an essential tool for research and industry in the areas of cellular biology and molecular medicine, cell-based drug discovery and cellular therapies. Modern microscopic methodologies have brought the possibility to follow live cells in action, responding to various perturbations. These capabilities include not only detailed dynamic information about cell morphology, but highly sensitive spatio-temporal data about the behavior of specific proteins in cells… CONTINUE READING

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