Abstract

The interaction of amine-rich coatings and human fibroblasts was investigated by Q-Phase multimodal holographic microscope, which enables quantitative phase imaging. Based on the analysis of images, amine-rich films enhance the viability of the human fibroblasts.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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