autofluorescence


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The evaluation of autofluorescence emission spectra derived from neuronal lipopigment.
Skin autofluorescence provides additional information to the UK Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) risk score for the estimation of cardiovascular prognosis in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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This hypothesis is supported by elevated autofluorescence in the Suminoe oyster biodeposits (contrast Fig.
Xillix is a recognized world leader in autofluorescence technology, and in order to maximize worldwide marketing opportunities the company entered into a joint development agreement with Olympus Optical Co.
The CIRRUS photo 800 is designed to support advanced disease management with fluorescein and ICG angiography, color and fundus autofluorescence imaging, and OCT technology in an integrated imaging solution.
13/291,072, allows for claims on the apparatus and the method which in combination enables diagnostic efficacy for optimal performance with a minimum of error for measuring autofluorescence in the crystalline lens of the eye using a blue light source.
The absence of labels also means lesser interference from compound autofluorescence and colour quenching, therefore leading to fewer false positives and negatives.
com)-- Current HDAC assay kits have been based on a short wavelength substrate whose detection is darkened by the presence of autofluorescence interference.
0500; Merck, Darmstadt, Germany) in 6 of 15 cases and exhibited yellow-green autofluorescence (8 of 15 cases) when formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded, hematoxylin-eosin-stained sections were viewed with fluorescent microscope (Zeiss) with an IVFI condenser using filters FT 510 and LP 520 (Figure, b and c).
One of the major challenges for detecting fluorescent probes in tissue samples is the prominent autofluorescence that occurs in many tissues (7).
Whatever their name or station, however, Roshchina (microspectral analysis of cells and cellular systems, Russian Academy of Sciences) finds them if they have autofluorescence, in which intact living cells become fluorescent as induced by ultra-violet or violet light and seen under a luminescence microscope.
Other approaches being studied include narrow-band imaging, which uses a narrow light source to enhance visualization of the surface microvessels; spectral estimation technologies, which use computerized processing to convert standard RGB (red, green, blue) signals from the endoscope's charged-coupled device; and autofluorescence imaging, which uses changes in concentrations of endogenous fluorophores.
Unmarked larvae had no such mark and displayed very little or no autofluorescence under the FITC filter set.
The oocysts cannot be detected by standard ova and parasite testing; methods specific for Cyclospora include modified acid-fast or other stains, autofluorescence with ultraviolet epifluorescence microscopy, and wet mount under phase-contrast microscopy (3).