Quantitative phase microscopy by digital holography (DH-QPM) is introduced to study fibroblasts deforming collagen-coated polyacrylamide. Surface deformation has been quantitatively imaged and the traction force of fibroblasts has been measured from phase profiles by DH-QPM.

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