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Figure 10
Projection images of an in vivo mouse obtained with grating-based imaging. On the left the absorption image is depicted, in the centre the differential phase-contrast one and on the right the dark-field image. Six images with individual exposure times of 140 ms were averaged improving the signal-to-noise ratio. The complementary information obtained by this technique can be seen very well, as different structures generate the most prominent contrast for the three different properties: bones in absorption, soft tissue in the differential phase contrast and dense scattering structures (e.g. lungs) in the dark field.

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