fluorescence microscopy

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light microscopy in which the specimen is irradiated at wavelengths that excite fluorochromes

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- An overview of the global market for fluorescence microscopy
Ex vivo confocal fluorescence microscopy for rapid evaluation of tissues in surgical pathology practice.
Among the 794 patients investigated by fluorescence microscopy, 111 (13.97%) were observed to be MTBC-positive.
Use of light-emitting diode fluorescence microscopy to detect acid-fast bacilli in sputum.
In contrast, fluorescence microscopy techniques such as widefield and confocal microscopy illuminate the sample in epifluorescent configuration and also excite fluorophores outside the plane of interest.
It requires very little training and reduces the complexity associated with traditional fluorescence microscopy, which, coupled with its speed, enables researchers to spend more time gaining insights from their experiments rather than waiting for results.
Fluorescence microscopy is used as an optical technique to investigate the free-surface profiles of evaporative liquids.
Photo-activated localization microscopy (PALM) powers the 3D PALM module and allows users of the ELYRA P.l super-resolution microscopy system to generate biological images with uniform precision and resolution through class-leading capture volumes of 51 pm x 51 pm x 1.4 pm for fluorescence microscopy localization experiments.
Among the topics are microscale and nanoscale structures and system and their applications in certain directions, dielectric spectroscopy of polymer-based nanocomposite dielectrics with tailored interfaces with structured spatial distribution of fillers, localized surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy with applications to chemistry, controlling the reversible self-assembly path of an amyloid beta peptide over the surface of gold colloidal nanoparticles, spectral self-interference fluorescence microscopy to study the conformation of biomolecules with nanometer accuracy, and a review of nanoscale spectroscopy in medicine.
Fluorescence microscopy has traditionally been performed using bandpass filters to isolate peak fluorescence excitation and emission wavelengths for fluorescent labels.
OImaging's optiMOS Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera for fluorescence microscopy is suited for a range of applications, including: cell biologists using live cell, multicolor fluorescence; biophysicists studying membrane dynamics and protein and lipid trafficking; and neuroscientists looking at ion transport such as electrophysiology, calcium imaging and ratiomet-ric imaging.
Fluorescence microscopy showed a glowing ring around the outside of the particles.
This makes them suitable for use in a variety of fluorescence instruments such as fluorescence microscopy, confocal laser-scanning microscopy and flow cytometry.
High Content Imaging has industrialised the field of microscopy, transforming process like fluorescence microscopy from the single glass slide to a fully automated high-throughput imaging process.
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