- Conference date: 15–18 February 2010
- Location: Melbourne (Australia)
The structure of a whole eye of mouse was studied with an X‐ray Talbot grating interferometer. The distribution of crystallin concentration in the lens was quantitatively measured by X‐ray phase contrast tomography. A new technique to measure the crystallin concentration in the lens is proposed. By using the proposed method, the gradient of crystallin concentration in the lens was estimated. A ray‐trace of a mouse whole eye was performed with the refractive indices derived from the crystallin concentration.
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