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- noun self induced fluorescence.
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- noun biology, microscopy Self-induced
- noun biology, microscopy The
fluorescenceof substances other than the fluorophoreof interest
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- noun self-induced fluorescence
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A technique called flavoprotein autofluorescence was used to image a part of their brain called the dorsal cochlear nucleus DCN, which is associated with tinnitus.
In mammalian cells, both autofluorescence and the absorption of light are greatly reduced at the red end of the spectrum.
For detection of GFP+ myofibers, a narrow range of emission wavelength (511 to 532 nm) was used to avoid detection of autofluorescence Cells were collected and RNA was extracted using RNeasy minikit (Qiagen).
FAF is the occurrence of autofluorescence in macular waste, particularly Lipofuscin.
The GFP channel was recorded for each cell and the autofluorescence background was subtracted from each.
Schenke-Layland K, Riemann I, Stock UA (2005) Multiphoton autofluorescence imaging of intratissue elastic fibers.
Hunter M, Mujat C, McLaughlin-Drubin M, Munger K, et al. (2007) Diagnostic cellular organization features extracted from autofluorescence images.
In our initial studies of hMSC intrinsic fluorescence, we observed bright, broad cellular autofluorescence
The project will use optical on-line real time imaging systems implementing fluorescence/autofluorescence/diffuse reflectance with image processing software and endomicroscopic approaches to develop an optical biopsy techniques to stage cancer.
This was done by counting the pixel intensity of corazonin immunosignals and expressing this as a ratio of autofluorescence of a similar size region of the brain using a different channel.