Data for: "Widefield standing wave microscopy of red blood cell membrane morphology with high temporal resolution"



A video-rate standing wave movie of the bottom half of a red blood cell membrane.

A full 1000 frame raw movie of a standing wave red blood cell membrane which has been fluorescently stained with DiI. This show the bottom half of a red blood cell which is close to the mirror and captures the rapid membrane fluctuation at better than video-rate. The raw SW movie which has a playback speed of 10 frames per second and has undergone JPEG compression.

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Date made available19 Jan 2023
Date of data production2018

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