Abstract

We proposed a high-throughput label-free and slide-free imaging technique by ultraviolet-excited autofluorescence, assisted by speckle illumination and a deep learning algorithm, to generate subcellular-resolution histology-like images of unprocessed tissues, simplifying the workflow of standard-of-care histopathology.

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