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Compressive Raman Bioimaging: The Need for Speed in Medicine

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A new computational imaging framework enables unprecedented speeds for tissue analysis by mixing cost-effective microspectroscopy with modern algorithms.

HILTON B. DE AGUIAR, ÉCOLE NORMALE SUPÉRIEURE, PSL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY

Conventional bright-field microscopy is the standard for biomedical imaging because it provides cost-effective clinical analysis. However, for researchers and clinicians to assess tissue images accurately, years or even decades of experience are needed. One way to increase selectivity and specificity in life science microscopy is to exploit exogeneous labels; for example, by using fluorophore dyes to enhance contrast in histopathology. Exogenous labels have various drawbacks, as they may perturb the system — especially when used for in vivo applications — and they are not...Read full article

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