Fluorescence

Feb 11, 2011
Application Notebook
The onset of nanotechnology and targeted therapy methods for a number of pathologies has made it increasingly more difficult to image effectively in the medical field. With that being said, the inception of quantum dots and the improvements to optical filters has made this once daunting task a common practice.
Sep 01, 2010
Application Notebook
For the optimization of photodynamic therapy the spectroscopic detection of photosensitizer molecules, which are selectively enriched in tumour cells, can be useful.
Sep 01, 2010
Application Notebook
Building on more than 10 years of Micro-XRF experience, the Orbis spectrometer yields a system with excellent Micro-XRF capability while setting a new standard in analytical flexibility.
Feb 01, 2010
Application Notebook
Diagnostic instruments such as blood analyzers and flow cytometers utilize induced fluorescence to detect bio-factors of interest in a heterogeneous sample.
Mar 01, 2009
Spectroscopy
By Spectroscopy Editors
Lifetime fluorescence is a subset of fluorescence spectroscopy in which the time between excitation and relaxation is measured, rather than just the intensity of the emitted energy. The technique is used primarily in biological applications, but has a number of other uses as well. Lifetime fluorescence is a well-established niche market.
Nov 05, 2008
Wavelength
By Spectroscopy Editors
This month's Technology Forum looks at the topic of fluorescence and the trends and issues surrounding it. Joining us for this discussion are David M. Jameson, Ph.D., University of Hawaii at Manoa; Michael W. Allen, Ph.D, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific; and Patrick J. Treado, Founder & CTO, ChemImage Corporation.
Nov 01, 2008
Spectroscopy
By Spectroscopy Editors
Although the market for dedicated single-tube luminometers now pales in comparison to multimode fluorometers and microplate readers, such luminometers continue to satisfy a niche market. The relative simplicity and therefore low cost is their major advantage, which is appealing to smaller life science laboratories.
Nov 01, 2007
Spectroscopy
By Spectroscopy Editors
Although overshadowed by other technologies, demand for fluorescence microscopy is already strong and is growing rapidly. The technology is proving to be very useful for specific life science applications.
Sep 01, 2006
Application Notebook
By Spectroscopy Editors
Nov 28, 2005
By Spectroscopy Editors
Wavelength Tech Forum: Fluorescence Spectroscopy
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