Abstract

We will describe recent progress of Brillouin microscopy, an all-optical imaging modality to map mechanical properties of material based on Brillouin scattering. In ophthalmology, Brillouin microscopy is in clinical trials; at cell level, Brillouin microscopy enables characterization of intracellular elasticity.

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