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Quantitative Image-Analysis of Organoids with High-Throughput Digital Holography Microscopy

T.-a. Pham, N. Brandenberg, S. Hoehnel, B. Rappaz, M. Unser, M. Lütolf, D. Sage

Proceedings of the 2020 Quantitative BioImaging Conference (QBI'20), Oxford, United Kingdom, January 6-9, 2020, paper no. 365.

Organoids imitate organ physiology better than any previously described in vitro tissue model, which makes them ideal candidates to capture our increasingly complex diseases. Their biological relevance raised high expectations in drug development and in regenerative medicine.

AUTHOR="Pham, T.-a. and Brandenberg, N. and Hoenel, S. and Rappaz, B.
        and Unser, M. and L{\"{u}}tolf, M. and Sage, D.",
TITLE="Quantitative Image-Analysis of Organoids with High-Throughput
        Digital Holography Microscopy",
BOOKTITLE="Proceedings of the 2020 Quantitative BioImaging Conference
address="Oxford, United Kingdom",
month="January 6-9,",
note="paper no.\ 365")

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