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Course: BIO 03510, Fall 2009
School: Carnegie Mellon
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Biology Computational Part 22 Biological Imaging I E. Glory, G. Steven Vanni Meel Velliste, Robert F. Murphy Copyright 1998, 2000-2007. All rights reserved. Biological imaging s Significant advances in the fields of optics and electronics in the past two decades have greatly increased the utility of imaging for addressing biological questions. s These advances permit x more diverse types of information to be...

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