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Three-Dimensional Quantitative Phase Imaging for Characterizing Lymphocyte Subtypes

This video demonstrates label-free identification of lymphocyte morphology and biochemistry through 3D quantitative phase imaging. This technique allows for a thorough analysis of lymphocytes, uncovering their internal structures and properties without the need for labeling procedures.

1. Flow Cytometry and Sorting of Lymphocyte Subtypes

NOTE: Sorting lymphocytes depending on cell type is essential for establishing the ground-truth (i.e., correct) cell type labels to train and test a cell type classifier in supervised learning. Flow cytometry, a gold standard method, is used to identify and separate lymphocytes.

  1. Make a mixture of surface marker staining antibodies in 100 µL of fresh RPMI-1640 medium [with 10% FBS, 0.1 µg of CD3.......

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