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Transparency in Biology: Making the Invisible Visible

Transparency in Biology: Making the Invisible Visible
 
 

 
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Transparency in Biology: Making the Invisible Visible


1st ed. 2021 Edition 

by Kohei Soga (Editor), Masakazu Umezawa (Editor), Kyohei Okubo (Editor) 

This book explains transparency in biology with emphasis on bending and absorption, which together are the essence of transparency. The reader is provided with an understanding of why the interior of the body can be made to appear transparent through the application of elementary physics. Based on the principle of transparency, emerging imaging techniques using near-infrared light to view the body transparently are explained with examples such as cancer detection and temperature imaging of deep tissues. This book is useful to many researchers, including biologists, physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and device engineers as well as developers―all who seek a deep understanding of transparency in bioimaging.


Year:
2021
Pages:
263
Language:
English
Format:
PDF
Size:
13 MB
Publisher:
Springer
ISBN-10:
9811596263
ISBN-13:
978-9811596261
ASIN:
B08R8CY5X1
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