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Vectorial point spread function and optical transfer function in oblique plane imaging
Oblique plane imaging, using remote focusing with a tilted mirror, enables direct two-dimensional (2D) imaging of any inclined plane of interest in three-dimensional (3D) specimens. It can image real-time dynamics of a living sample that changes rapidly or evolves its structure along arbitrary orientations. It also allows direct observations of any tilted target plane in an object of which orientational information is inaccessible during sample preparation. In this work, we study the opticaldoi:10.1364/oe.22.011140 pmid:24921812 fatcat:ltxazkxpxzdsfbbupeeo4dpoy4