Abstract

We present the use of holographic video microscopy for extracting quantitative data from digitized video holograms of colloidal suspensions in biological sample. Holographic video microscopy offers both multiple particles three-dimensions tracking and particle characterization concurrently.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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