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Single-cell studies of phenotypic heterogeneity reveal more information about pathogenic processes than conventional bulk-cell analysis methods. By enabling high-resolution structural and functional imaging, a single-cell three-dimensional (3D) imaging system can

Single-cell studies of phenotypic heterogeneity reveal more information about pathogenic processes than conventional bulk-cell analysis methods. By enabling high-resolution structural and functional imaging, a single-cell three-dimensional (3D) imaging system can be used to study basic biological processes and to diagnose diseases such as cancer at an early stage. One mechanism that such systems apply to accomplish 3D imaging is rotation of a single cell about a fixed axis.

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    • 2012-06-15
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/mi3020529
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    Zhang, W., Frakes, D. H., Babiker, H., Chao, S., Youngbull, C., Johnson, R. H., & Meldrum, D. R. (2012). Simulation and Experimental Characterization of Microscopically Accessible Hydrodynamic Microvortices. Micromachines, 3(4), 529-541. doi:10.3390/mi3020529

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