Fluorescence and DIC

For many years, biologists have been using fluorescence microscopy and differential interference contrast (DIC) imaging in applications where it is desired to correlate the fluorescence emission from a probe with specific cell structure, especially when the cell structure is morphologically correlated to a biological process of the cell.1

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