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Opt Express. 2000 Oct 23;7(9):305-10.

Tomographic three-dimensional imaging of a biological specimen using wavelength-scanning digital interference holography.

Abstract

The principle of wavelength-scanning digital interference holography is applied to three-dimensional imaging of a small biological specimen. The images are reconstructed from a number of holograms digitally recorded while the wavelengths are varied at regular intervals, and the numerical interference of the multiple three-dimensional hologram fields results in tomographic images with narrow axial resolution. An animated three-dimensional model of the object is constructed from the tomographic images.

PMID:
19407880
DOI:
10.1364/oe.7.000305

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