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    Adaptive Optics

     

    Unique adaptive optics provides the ability to visualize the cells of the human eye. Joseph Carroll, Ph.D. and Kim Stepien, M.D. use adaptive optics at The Medical College of Wisconsin to see photoreceptors at a cellular level and identify cells involved in eye disease

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