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Coherence-controlled holographic microscope in cell's life cycle research

By Aneta Křížová

Abstract

The goal of this diploma thesis was using of a coherence-controlled holographic microscope in cell’s life research. A brief history of interference microscopy and it’s applications in biology is described. Also other microscopy techniques routinely used for transparent objects imaging are mentioned and the biology of cell’s life cycle briefly explained. Characteristics describing the shape of a cell were proposed and tested with respect to identification of particular phases of its life cycle. The method of dynamic phase differences was modified in order to distinguish the internal motion of cell’s mass from the movement of the whole cell. Selected characteristics were used to evaluate observations carried out with the holographic microscope and the possibilities of their further applications were depicted. In conclusion, obtained findings were summarized and modifications of microscope construction as well as data-processing software were suggested

Topics: cell’s shape characteristics.; online řízení mikroskopu; Digitální holografická mikroskopie; live cell imaging; charakteristiky tvaru buněk.; online controlled microscope; zobrazování živých buněk; Digital holographic microscope
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta strojního inženýrství
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:230277
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