1. Daniel L. Marks

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    2. Volumetric Endoscopic Coherence Microscopy Using A Coherent Fiber Bundle (Wo 2008/091755)

      Volumetric Endoscopic Coherence Microscopy Using A Coherent Fiber Bundle (Wo 2008/091755)
      Methods for employing coherent bundles of optical fibers, whether single- or multi-mode, for optical coherence tomography or optical coherence microscopy. Either a substantially monochromatic source or a broadband source (200) has its spatial coherence reduced and/or is spatially filtered prior to coupling into the fiber bundle for 'illumination of a sample. A scattered signal from features disposed beneath the surface of the sample is interfered with a reference signal ...
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    3. Stabilization of continuum generation from normally dispersive nonlinear optical fibers for a tunable broad bandwidth source for optical coherence tomography

      ...ive nonlinear optical fibers for a tunable broad bandwidth source for optical coherence tomography Haohua Tu, Daniel L. Marks, Yee Lin Koh, and Stephen A. Boppart Optics Letters, Vol. 32, Issue 14, pp. 2037-2039 Keywords...
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    4. Optical coherence tomography: a review of clinical development from bench to bedside

      Adam M. Zysk, Freddy T. Nguyen, Amy L. Oldenburg et al. Since its introduction, optical coherence tomography (OCT) technology has advanced from the laboratory bench to the clinic and back again. Arising from the fields of low coherence interferometry and optical time- and frequency-domain reflectometry, OCT was initially demonstrated for retinal imaging ... [J. Biomed. Opt. 12, 051403 (2007)] published Wed Oct 24, 2007.
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    5. Optical contrast agents for optically modifying incident radiation

      A method of enhancing the contrast of an image of a sample, comprises forming an image of a mixture, by exposing the mixture to electromagnetic radiation. The mixture comprises the sample and microparticles. The enhancement is particularly suitable for optical coherence tomography.
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    6. Interferometric synthetic aperture microscopy

      Interferometric synthetic aperture microscopy
      State-of-the-art methods in high-resolution three-dimensional optical microscopy require that the focus be scanned through the entire region of interest. However, an analysis of the physics of the light–sample interaction reveals that the Fourier-space coverage is independent of depth. Here we show that, by solving the inverse scattering problem for interference microscopy, computed reconstruction yields volumes with a resolution in all planes that is equivalent to the resolution achieved only ...
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    7. High-resolution three-dimensional imaging of biofilm development using optical coherence tomography

      High-resolution three-dimensional imaging of biofilm development using optical coherence tomography
      We describe the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) for high-resolution, real-time imaging of three-dimensional structure and development of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm in a standard capillary flow-cell model. As the penetration depth of OCT can reach several millimeters in scattering samples, we are able to observe complete biofilm development on all surfaces of a 1 mm×1 mm flow-cell. We find that biofilm growing at the bottom of the ...
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  2. About Daniel L. Marks

    Daniel L. Marks

    Daniel L. Marks is a Senior Research Scientist in Dr. Boppart Biophotonics Imaging Laboratory at the Beckman Institute at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.