Perspective: Differential dynamic microscopy extracts multi-scale activity in complex fluids and biological systems.

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Differential dynamic microscopy (DDM) is a technique that exploits optical microscopy to obtain local, multi-scale quantitative information about dynamic samples, in most cases without user intervention. It is proving extremely useful in understanding dynamics in liquid suspensions, soft materials, cells, and tissues. In DDM, image sequences are analyzed… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.5001027

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@article{Cerbino2017PerspectiveDD, title={Perspective: Differential dynamic microscopy extracts multi-scale activity in complex fluids and biological systems.}, author={Roberto Cerbino and Pietro Cicuta}, journal={The Journal of chemical physics}, year={2017}, volume={147 11}, pages={110901} }