Abstract

Laser-induced fluorescence as well as forward and orthogonal Ught scatter, integrated over the acceptance angles of the detectors used, is routinely employed in a flow cytometer to detect, differentiate and count (blood) cells. In this contribution we report measurements of the angular distribution of laser radiation scattered by single blood cells, microspheres and their agglomerates

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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