3D Imaging System May Have Applications in ALS Research

3D Imaging System May Have Applications in ALS Research

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3D Imaging System May Have Applications in ALS Research

A novel system for three-dimensional (3D) imaging of zebrafish may be useful for studying the motor and neuronal deficits linked with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a study suggests. The system was described in the journal Optica, in the study “Coded-aperture broadband light field imaging using digital micromirror devices.” Zebrafish are a useful animal model for studying diseases like ALS. Because ALS affects movement, being able to precisely track and measure the movement of fish may be useful…

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