phase contrast microscopy

German: Phasenkontrastmikroskopie
Japanese: 位相差顕微鏡法

Optics. A form of light microscopy revealing the transparent structures in cells or microorganisms. The varying differences in thickness of the structure result in varying differences in the phase of transmitted light which are converted into variations of intensity in the image.

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