Vimal Prabhu Pandiyan
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Optofluidic bioimaging platform for quantitative phase imaging of lab on a chip devices using digital holographic microscopy
VP Pandiyan, R John
Applied optics 55 (3), A54-A59, 2016
282016
Quantitative phase imaging of live cells with near on-axis digital holographic microscopy using constrained optimization approach
VP Pandiyan, K Khare, R John
Journal of biomedical optics 21 (10), 106003, 2016
102016
Non-interferometric quantitative phase imaging of yeast cells
PK Poola, VP Pandiyan, R John
Biophotonics Japan 2015 9792, 97920G, 2015
42015
Optoretinogram: stimulus-induced optical changes in photoreceptors observed with phase-resolved line-scan OCT
VP Pandiyan, AM Bertelli, JA Kuchenbecker, BH Park, DV Palanker, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 60 (9), 1426-1426, 2019
32019
Quantitative label-free sperm imaging by means of transport of intensity
PK Poola, VP Pandiyan, V Jayaraman, R John
Quantitative Phase Imaging II 9718, 97180O, 2016
32016
Detection and Evaluation of Vascular Wall Elasticity using Photoplethysmography Signals in Sinus Rhythm Subjects
PV Prabhu, J Sivaraman, S Sathish, S Vinurajkumar, K Manikandan
Indian Journal of Science and Technology 9 (2), 1-13, 2016
32016
High resolution quantitative phase imaging of live cells with constrained optimization approach
VP Pandiyan, K Khare, R John
Quantitative Phase Imaging II 9718, 971803, 2016
22016
Quantitative imaging of yeast cells using transport of intensity equation
PK Poola, VP Pandiyan, R John
2015 Workshop on Recent Advances in Photonics (WRAP), 1-4, 2015
22015
Characterizing the early response of the optoretinogram
VP Pandiyan, JA Kuchenbecker, KC Boyle, T Ling, A Roorda, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 1712-1712, 2020
12020
Adaptive optics line-scan OCT for high-speed imaging of retinal structure and function (Conference Presentation)
VP Pandiyan, AM Bertelli, J Kuchenbecker, KC Boyle, T Ling, BH Park, ...
Ophthalmic Technologies XXX 11218, 1121812, 2020
12020
High-speed adaptive optics line-scan OCT for cellular-resolution optoretinography
VP Pandiyan, X Jiang, AM Bertelli, JA Kuchenbecker, U Sharma, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
The optoretinogram reveals how human photoreceptors deform in response to light
VP Pandiyan, AM Bertelli, J Kuchenbecker, KC Boyle, T Ling, BH Park, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
On mechanisms of light-induced deformations in photoreceptors
KC Boyle, ZC Chen, T Ling, VP Pandiyan, J Kuchenbecker, R Sabesan, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Adaptive optics line-field OCT for high-speed imaging of retinal structure and function
R Sabesan, VP Pandiyan, A Maloney-Bertelli, JA Kuchenbecker, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 60 (9), 1780-1780, 2019
12019
High resolution near on-axis digital holography using constrained optimization approach with faster convergence
VP Pandiyan, K Khare, R John
Optical Engineering 56 (9), 093103, 2017
12017
Modified limb lead system: Its effects on wave amplitudes and axis in surface ECG
VP Pandiyan
Anatolian Journal of Cardiology 17 (1), 55, 2017
12017
Three Dimensional Volumetric Imaging of Live Cells with Nanometric Depth Sensitivity
VP Pandiyan
Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, 2016
12016
Characterisation of microstructures using digital holographic microscopy
PV Prabhu, R John
12014
The optoretinogram reveals the primary steps of phototransduction in the living human eye
VP Pandiyan, A Maloney-Bertelli, JA Kuchenbecker, KC Boyle, T Ling, ...
Science Advances 6 (37), eabc1124, 2020
2020
Tension change in photoreceptor disk membranes due to early receptor potential causes contraction of the outer segment
K Boyle, ZC Chen, T Ling, VP Pandiyan, JA Kuchenbecker, R Sabesan, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 1128-1128, 2020
2020
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