Phase contrast microscopy analysis software tools | Bioimaging

Phase contrast microscopy, first described in 1934 by Dutch physicist Frits Zernike, is a contrast-enhancing optical technique that can be utilized to produce high-contrast images of transparent specimens, such as living cells (usually in culture), microorganisms, thin tissue slices, lithographic patterns, fibers, latex dispersions, glass fragments, and subcellular particles (including nuclei and other organelles).

Source text :
(Murphy., 2017) Introduction to Phase Contrast Microscopy. Microscopyu.com.

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