Abstract

Optical scatter imaging (OSI), a dark-field method using Fourier filtering, provides image pixel intensities that encode local particle diameter. Alterations in particle size distributions obtained from OSI pixel histograms are presented for apoptosis resistant cells.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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