Abstract

We present label-free multi-parametric single-cell analysis by ultrafast quantitative phase-contrast imaging flow cytometry (a flow speed up to 8 m/s) based on interferometric time-stretch microscopy, operating at an ultrahigh frame rate of 26MHz.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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