1. In vivo 3D cellular imaging of eyes is aim of extended research grant

    DECEMBER 30, 2008--The National Eye Institute (Bethesda, MD) has awarded a $5 million research grant to continue development of technology for three-dimensional imaging of cells in the living eye. The first phase of the project combined adaptive optics and optical coherence tomography (OCT) to create volume images of structures previously visible only via histology. The next phase will focus on improved image contrast.
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