autofluorescence


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Noun1.autofluorescence - self-induced fluorescence
fluorescence - light emitted during absorption of radiation of some other (invisible) wavelength
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Midena, "Microperimetry and fundus autofluorescence in diabetic macular edema: subthreshold micropulse diode laser versus modified early treatment diabetic retinopathy study laser photocoagulation," Retina, vol.
The absence of autofluorescence in the elastic biomass is a further advantage and is important for optical analysis techniques.
The 15-patient, open-label, Phase 1/2 trial study used best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA), contrast sensitivity (CS), microperimetry for analysis of visual function, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and fundus autofluorescence (FAF) to measure the extent of the underlying geographic atrophy.
The book describes techniques of fundus fluorescein angiography, indocyanine green angiography, echography, and includes newer techniques, such as optical coherence tomography, autofluorescence and Heidelberg retinal tomography.
Oral Autofluorescence: Our cells contain molecules capable of self-fluorescence, especially when activated (excited) by specific light waves.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the accuracy of autofluorescence (VELscope) for detection of oral cancers oral potentially malignant disorders and its tissue fluorescence imaging light based detection potential towards benign lesions.
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.
Tatsuta et al., "A novel videoendoscopy system by using autofluorescence and reflectance imaging for diagnosis of esophagogastric cancers," Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol.
In our previous study, we have obtained a typical autofluorescence image of a BCC skin tissue section by a microspectrophotometer (MSP).
Looking in turn at principles, techniques, and applications, they consider such topics as characteristics of fluorescence emission, environmental effects on fluorescence emission, excitation energy transfer, time-resolved fluorescence techniques, evaluating local physical parameters with fluorescent probes, and autofluorescence and fluorescence labeling in biology and medicine.
Researchers continue to experiment with new ways to accurately find and distinguish potentially malignant lesions using advanced optical technologies such as fluorescence spectroscopy, autofluorescence visualization, confocal microscopy and optical coherence tomography.
One of the major challenges for detecting fluorescent probes in tissue samples is the prominent autofluorescence that occurs in many tissues (7).