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Diffraction Contrast Tomography in the Laboratory – Applications and Future Directions

  • C. Holzner (a1), L. Lavery (a1), H. Bale (a1), A. Merkle (a1), S. McDonald (a2), P. Withers (a2), Y. Zhang (a3), D. Juul Jensen (a3), M. Kimura (a4), A. Lyckegaard (a5), P. Reischig (a5) and E.M. Lauridsen (a5)...
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