Abstract

We will discuss about the recent technical developments for measuring three dimensional refractive index distributions of individual biological cells and tissues. In particular, we will present optical techniques which convert an existing optical microscope into a quantitative phase microscope by adding simple optical elements and their applications for the study of blood cells.

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