time-lapse photomicrography

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A technique in which living cells are photographed using phase contrast, Nomarski, or fluorescence microscopy with a camera that records images at selected intervals (e.g., one frame per minute), and the sequence of images subsequently displayed at a more rapid speed (e.g., 24 frames per second). Time is thus speeded up for a clearer understanding of cellular dynamics.

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