Differential light scattering: a physical method for identifying living bacterial cells.


Differential light scattering techniques appear to represent an attractive physical method for the rapid identification of various microorganisms. Certain general results of inverse scattering theory suggest strongly that characteristic of each distinct microorganism that scatters light is an essentially unique scattering pattern, i.e., unique differential… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.7.001879


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