autofluorescence


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Chlorophyll autofluorescence was also compared across anatomical regions before temperature stress (n = 30 per strain).
They also emphasized that fundus autofluorescence imaging has emerged as an auxiliary diagnostic technique by showing loss of foveal hypoautofluorescence in the presumed foveal area (see pages 306-308).
Scientific advances have taken place and a number of screening aids are now available, namely, toluidine blue, Lugol's iodine, exfoliative cytology, tissue autofluorescence spectroscopy, chemiluminescence, and visually enhancing lesion scope (VELscope).
Measurements of autofluorescence were performed on the inner side of the lower arm below the elbow on a single measurement site.
For autofluorescence measurements the thin sections were mounted after PBS washing only.
The first seven chapters of this illustrated reference for medical professionals explain the basic science of fundus autofluorescence (FAF), a diagnostic technology for imaging the eye, and give background on using and interpreting FAF imaging.
Four consecutive imaging series are performed in order to collect (1) RGB image at white LED illumination, helping to reveal hidden subcutaneous structures; (2) four spectral images at narrowband LED illumination for mapping of the main skin chromophores; (3) video-images under green LED illumination for mapping of skin blood perfusion; (4) autofluorescence video-images under UV LED irradiation for mapping of the skin fluorophores.
Intrinsic tissue emission signals used in this study included autofluorescence and second harmonic generation (SHG).
As hypericin fluoresces in the orange-red region (emission peak about 590 nm), the green fluorescence emitted is most likely because of autofluorescence of the tissue.
In Group II (Oral potentially malignant disorders group) patients who showed no clinical sign of speckling (mixed red and white patches or clinical indication of histopathological presence of dysplasia) or neo- plastic changes none of them showed fluorescence visualization loss (FVL) or a black shadow on VEL- scope examination thus confirming the certainty of autofluorescence with its relation to absence of dys- plasia of clinical non-neoplastic lesions by giving the result of FVR (fluorescence visualization retained hence concluding its sensitivity for non-dysplastic lesions or for oral potentially malignant disorders having no clinically visible neoplastic change at the time of patient's registration into the clinical trial (patient's initial acquaintance) to be 100%.
Consequently, hyperspectral imaging is capable of separating fluorophores based on a unique spectrum, notably in the separation of fluorescent probes from autofluorescence [2].
1-3] In South Africa (SA), bacteriological confirmation defined as the identification of mycobacterial organisms, either by positive Ziehl-Neelsen stain, Papanicolaou autofluorescence and/or culture from aspirates in children is high, at 77.
Looking in turn at principles, techniques, and applications, they consider such matters as characteristics of fluorescence emission, effects of intermolecular photophysical processes on fluorescence emission, steady-state spectrofluorometry, time-resolved fluorescence techniques, evaluating local physical parameters by means of fluorescent probes, and autofluorescence and fluorescence labeling in biology and medicine.
Two vials are provided--one contains positive beads, microspheres that capture conjugates in single-color stains, and the second contains negative beads, which provide particles with a measure of autofluorescence similar to unstained cells across the different excitation/emission wavelength combinations.