Biomedical three–dimensional holographic microimaging at visible, ultraviolet and X–ray wavelengths

@article{Boyer1996BiomedicalTH,
  title={Biomedical three–dimensional holographic microimaging at visible, ultraviolet and X–ray wavelengths},
  author={Keith Boyer and Johndale C. Solem and James W. Longworth and Alex B. Borisov and Charles K. Rhodes},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={2},
  pages={939-941}
}
A new imaging technology is under advanced development that has several key advantages over conventional forms of microimaging performed with standard light microscopes, confocal light microscopes, and electron microscopes. The image created by this microscope possesses several unique features: It is intrinsically three-dimensional; it can be formed with very high contrast, a characteristic of the phase-sensitive nature of the recording; the information contained in the image is obtained in a… 
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