autofluorescent


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Adj.1.autofluorescent - emitting light via self-induced fluorescence
light - characterized by or emitting light; "a room that is light when the shutters are open"; "the inside of the house was airy and light"
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Identification and functional analysis of the autofluorescent substance in Limonium bicolor salt glands.
Not only nucleus but also autofluorescent cells were labeled by DAPI (Figure 3, A).
Controls for the solvent DMSO confirmed that it is not autofluorescent at these wavelengths (data not shown).
Gao et al., "Fabrication of autofluorescent protein coated mesoporous silica nanoparticles for biological application," Chemical Communications, vol.
While AM are autofluorescent [SiglecF.sup.+][CD11c.sup.+][CD11b.sup.-][CCR2.sup.-][CX3CR1.sup.-] cells, IM are non-autofluorescent SiglecF-[CD11c.sup.+/-] [CD11b.sup.+][CCR2.sup.+/-][CX3CR1.sup.+] cells [26, 31] (Figure 1).
Lacroix et al., "pSAT vectors: a modular series of plasmids for autofluorescent protein tagging and expression of multiple genes in plants," Plant Molecular Biology, vol.
a) An autofluorescent image may show the hyperfluorescence of lipofuscin within the lesion at retinal surface level
Additionally, LINCL is caused by mutations in the Cln2 gene that leads to the deficiency and/or loss of function of Tripeptidyl Peptidase 1 (TPP1) that leads to accumulation of autofluorescent storage materials in neurons and in other cells.
All clinical and artifactual signs present on scanning laser ophthalmoscopic imaging and corresponding autofluorescent imaging were recorded, grouped, and incorporated into an original classification form with associated standard images and descriptions (online Technical Appendix 1, https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/23/7/16-1608-Techapp1.pdf).
The detection of Chl-a values in the Dam's hypolimnion under low-light conditions (<1% [I.sub.0]) was consistent with the simultaneous counts of autofluorescent cells in the size of nanoplankton (HakspielSegura, 2005; Hakspiel-Segura et al., 2015).
Figure 9 shows MPM images of autofluorescent features of the dermal part of human skin at two different tissue depths acquired using both annular and Gaussian beam illumination.
Although IR autofluorescent changes were recently described in patients with MEWDS [21, 22], this modality is not widely available, whereas IR imaging is routinely performed.