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This media file presents a comparison between UHR OCT 'virtual' cross-section image and microscope images of a sample taken from a nearby position on the painting UHR OCT cross-section image of the background curtain, next to the position where a sample was taken. See H. Liang, et al., Fig. 8 for details.
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