CORRIGENDUM: Automated single-cell motility analysis on a chip using lensfree microscopy

@inproceedings{Pushkarsky2014CORRIGENDUMAS,
  title={CORRIGENDUM: Automated single-cell motility analysis on a chip using lensfree microscopy},
  author={Ivan Pushkarsky and Yunbo Liu and Westbrook McConnell Weaver and Ting-Wei Su and Onur Mudanyali and Aydogan Ozcan and Dino Di Carlo},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2014}
}
Quantitative cell motility studies are necessary for understanding biophysical processes, developing models for cell locomotion and for drug discovery. Such studies are typically performed by controlling environmental conditions around a lens-based microscope, requiring costly instruments while still remaining limited in field-of-view. Here we present a compact cell monitoring platform utilizing a wide-field (24 mm(2)) lensless holographic microscope that enables automated single-cell tracking… CONTINUE READING
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