Purdue Team Eschews Microscopy in Favor of Holography to Study Cellular Drug Response | GenomeWeb
Most cell-based assays rely on high-powered microscopy to observe how cells respond to certain stimuli, but a research group at Purdue University is taking a different approach.
Using a digital holographic system based on a laser and a charge-coupled device, the research team led by physics professor David Nolte has demonstrated that it can observe how organelles move within tumor cells at the nanometer scale.

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