Color-coded LED microscopy for quantitative phase imaging: Implementation and application to sperm motility analysis.

@article{Lee2017ColorcodedLM,
  title={Color-coded LED microscopy for quantitative phase imaging: Implementation and application to sperm motility analysis.},
  author={Wonchan Lee and Jun-Ho Choi and Suho Ryu and Daeseong Jung and Jaewoo Song and Jong-Seok Lee and Chulmin Joo},
  journal={Methods},
  year={2017},
  volume={136},
  pages={
          66-74
        }
}
Color-coded light-emitting diode (LED) microscopy (cLEDscope) is a novel computational microscopy technique capable of multi-contrast and quantitative phase imaging of biological specimens using color-multiplexed illumination. Using specially designed LED patterns, it is capable of recording multiple differential phase contrast (DPC) images in a single exposure and employs a computational algorithm to retrieve the phase distribution of the specimens. Herein, we describe the detailed procedures… CONTINUE READING
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