Investigation of Optical Properties of Otoliths with Optical Trapping
Investigating the functioning of biological system often ask to, not only image the different processes and elements involved, but also manipulate them to find information that could not be found visually, such as forces of motion, strength of bondings, elasticity, viscosity to cite a few.
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