• The ultrafast temporal dynamics of a single ZnO nanowire is probed using an ultraviolet femtosecond Kerr-gated wide field fluorescence microscope. (spie.org)
  • After having just read the article by John M. Messinger II, "Ultraviolet-Fluorescence Microscopy of Paint Cross Sections: Cyclopheptaamylose-Dansyl Chloride Complex as a Protein-Selective Stain," JAIC 31(1992):267-74, I feel compelled to comment on two specific aspects of it, and, if space permits, to make a more general observation on the presentation and review of scientific papers in the JAIC. (conservation-us.org)
  • used to produce fluorescence of fungal elements for ultraviolet microscopy. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • By integrating with microscopy and fresh tissue fluorescence staining into an automated optical system, the overall acquiring time needed for getting digital images with diagnostic values can be much shortened into scale of minutes comparing with conventional pathology, where general procedure can take from hours to days. (wikipedia.org)
  • The goal of this project is to use cross-section microscopy techniques to explore the early finish history of original elements on the Ewing House. (history.org)