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*  Salicylate testing
Abbott Labs' AxSYM is an immunoassay device utilizing Fluorescence Polarization Immunoassay (FPIA) technology that can ...
*  Cyanine
Cy5.5 is a near-infrared (IR) fluorescence-emitting dye (Excitation/emission maximum 678/694 nm). Cy7 is a near-IR fluor that ... Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology I: Fundamentals and Molecular Design Volume 8 of Springer Series on ... fluorescence, or photostability. In 2003, researchers at Inpharmatics and Agilent reported in Analytical Chemistry that ... yielding brighter and more stable fluorescence. Cy 3 and Cy5 are the most popular, used typically combined for 2 colors ...
*  Evanescent field
A total internal reflection fluorescence microscope uses the evanescent wave produced by total internal reflection to excite ... as in the total internal reflection fluorescence microscope). The evanescent wave from an optical fiber can be used in a gas ... as in the total internal reflection fluorescence microscope) or (2) those in which the evanescent wave couples two media in ... "Cell-substrate contacts illuminated by total internal reflection fluorescence". The Journal of Cell Biology. 89 (1): 141-145. ...
*  Fluorescence (album)
Fluorescence - Asobi Seksu at AllMusic. Retrieved 17 October 2012. Cohen, Ian (16 February 2012). "Asobi Seksu: Fluorescence". ... Fluorescence is the fourth studio album by New York-based shoegaze band Asobi Seksu. It was released on February 14, 2011, on ... Asobi Seksu - Fluorescence (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs. ...
*  Resonance fluorescence
The largest implication that arises from resonance fluorescence is that for future technologies. Resonance fluorescence is used ... For resonance fluorescence, the most important correlation functions are ⟨ b ^ s † ( t ) b ^ s ( t + τ ) ⟩ e i ( ω 1 − ω 0 ) τ ... It is easy to see that this is truly analogous to a real two-level atom due to the fact that the fluorescence appears in the ... Resonance fluorescence has been seen in a single self-assembled quantum dot as presented by Muller among others in 2007. In the ...
*  Chlorophyll fluorescence
Fluorescence from photosystem I is not variable, but constant. The increase in fluorescence is due to PSII reaction centers ... Chlorophyll fluorescence can measure most types of plant stress. Chlorophyll fluorescence can be used as a proxy of plant ... F t r {\displaystyle \,F_{tr}} : Terminal fluorescence (arbitrary units). Fluorescence quenching value at the end of the test. ... Usually the initial measurement is the minimal level of fluorescence, F 0 {\displaystyle \,F_{0}} . This is the fluorescence in ...
*  Intravascular fluorescence
... typically used laser-induced fluorescence to stimulate fluorescence emission of particular vessel ... Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy or FLIM), or by analyzing the spectral shape of emitted fluorescence (Fluorescence ... Intravascular fluorescence is a catheter-based molecular imaging technique that uses near-infrared fluorescence to detect ... Calfon MA, Vinegoni C, Ntziachristos V, Jaffer FA (2010). "Intravascular near-infrared fluorescence molecular imaging of ...
*  Fluorescence intermittency
... , or blinking, is the phenomenon of random switching between ON (bright) and OFF (dark) states of the ... Krauss, Todd D.; Peterson, Jeffrey J. (2010). "Bright Future for Fluorescence Blinking in Semiconductor Nanocrystals". J. Phys ... Fluorescence intermittency in colloidal nanocrystals Stefani, Fernando D, Jacob P Hoogenboom, and Eli Barkai. 2009. "Beyond ...
*  Quenching (fluorescence)
With both Förster and Dexter energy transfer, the shapes of the absorption and fluorescence spectra of the dyes are unchanged. ... Quenching refers to any process which decreases the fluorescence intensity of a given substance. A variety of processes can ... The chloride ion is a well known quencher for quinine fluorescence. Quenching poses a problem for non-instant spectroscopic ... 1986 Aug;5(8):611-9. Fluorescence experiments with quinine James E. O'Reilly J. Chem. Educ., 1975, 52 (9), p 610 doi:10.1021/ ...
*  Fluorescence microscope
The "fluorescence microscope" refers to any microscope that uses fluorescence to generate an image, whether it is a more simple ... Play media A fluorescence microscope is an optical microscope that uses fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of, or in ... Alternatively the intrinsic fluorescence of a sample (i.e., autofluorescence) can be used. In the life sciences fluorescence ... Fluorescence microscopy with fluorescent reporter proteins has enabled analysis of live cells by fluorescence microscopy, ...
*  Fluorescence anisotropy
The fluorescence sum and difference can be constructed by addition of the decays and subtraction of the fluorescence decays ... The fluorescence sum and difference can be constructed by addition of the intensities and subtraction of the fluorescence ... Fluorescence anisotropy or fluorescence polarization is the phenomenon where the light emitted by a fluorophore has unequal ... Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy (3rd ed., Springer. Chapter 10-12 deal with fluorescence polarization spectroscopy.) ...
*  Fluorescence spectroscopy
... and while it is characteristic of atomic fluorescence, is seen in molecular fluorescence as well. In a typical fluorescence ( ... The fluorescence of a folded protein is a mixture of the fluorescence from individual aromatic residues. Most of the intrinsic ... Fluorescence can also be used to redirect photons, see fluorescent solar collector. Additionally, Fluorescence spectroscopy can ... Lakowicz, J. R. (1999). Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy. Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers Intrinsic Fluorescence of ...
*  Nuclear resonance fluorescence
... (NRF) is a nuclear process in which a nucleus absorbs and emits high-energy photons called gamma ... See resonance fluorescence. http://www.tunl.duke.edu/groups/nnsa/nrf.html P. G. Hansen, B. Jonson, and A. Richter, Nucl. Phys. ...
*  X-ray fluorescence
Emission spectroscopy List of materials analysis methods Micro-X-ray fluorescence Mössbauer effect, resonant fluorescence of ... The term fluorescence is applied to phenomena in which the absorption of radiation of a specific energy results in the re- ... The fluorescence process is inefficient, and the secondary radiation is much weaker than the primary beam. Furthermore, the ... Play media X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is the emission of characteristic "secondary" (or fluorescent) X-rays from a material that ...
*  Laser-induced fluorescence
... (LIF) or laser-stimulated fluorescence (LSF) is a spectroscopic method in which an atom or molecule ... the fluorescence signal is usually isotropic). The signal-to-noise ratio of the fluorescence signal is very high, providing a ... Imaging of paleontological specimens Fluorescence microscope Planar laser-induced fluorescence Ultrafast laser spectroscopy ... LED-induced fluorescence has been used in situ to delineate aromatic hydrocarbon contamination as a cone penetrometer add on ...
*  Fluorescence recovery protein
... (FRP) is a small protein involved in regulating non-photochemical quenching in cyanobacteria. It ... Deletion mutants of FRP show a slightly larger degree of fluorescence quenching induced by strong blue-green light, but was ... It is able to prevent quenching of phycobilin fluorescence by OCP in vitro. Overexpression of FRP in Synechocystis PCC 6803 ... thereby reducing the amount of fluorescence quenching that occurs between the OCP and the phycobilisome antenna complexes. It ...
*  Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
... (FCS) is a correlation analysis of fluctuation of the fluorescence intensity. The ... The fluorescence intensity is fluctuating due to Brownian motion of the particles. In other words, the number of the particles ... In this application, the fluorescence emitted from a very tiny space in solution containing a small number of fluorescent ... In these techniques light is focused on a sample and the measured fluorescence intensity fluctuations (due to diffusion, ...
*  Fluorescence polarization immunoassay
Popelka, Susan (1981). "Fluorescence Polarization Immunoassay II. Analyzer for Rapid, Precise Measurement of Fluorescence ... The basis of the assay is fluorescence anisotropy, also known as fluorescence polarization. If a fluorescent molecule is ... The solution is evaluated again by the fluorescence polarization analyzer. The fluorescence polarization value for the tracer ... which results in altered fluorescence polarization. Fluorescence polarization immunoassays employ a fluorophore bound antigen ...
*  Relative fluorescence units
A "relative fluorescence unit" is a unit of measurement used in analysis which employs fluorescence detection. Fluorescence is ... The terms "relative fluorescence units" (RFU) and "RFU peak" refer to measurements in electrophoresis methods, such as for DNA ... "Relative fluorescence unit (RFU)", DNA.gov: Glossary, April 2011, webpage: DNA-gov-RFU. "Thresholds", NFSTC.org, 2010, webpage ... from the level of fluorescence intensity. Samples which contain higher quantities of amplified DNA will have higher ...
*  Bimolecular fluorescence complementation
... the cells can be observed under an inverted fluorescence microscope that can visualise fluorescence in cells. Although the ... with stronger levels of fluorescence indicating close or direct interactions and lower fluorescence levels suggesting ... Bimolecular fluorescence complementation (also known as BiFC) is a technology typically used to validate protein interactions. ... In addition, this study was the first report of an in vivo technique, now known as the bimolecular fluorescence complementation ...
*  Planar laser-induced fluorescence
Fluorescence Laser-induced fluorescence Flow visualization Particle image velocimetry (PIV) "Planar Laser-Induced Fluorescence ... Planar laser-induced fluorescence (PLIF) is an optical diagnostic technique widely used for flow visualization and quantitative ... Seitzman, J. M.; Hanson, R. K. (1993). "Planar Fluorescence Imaging in Gases". In Taylor, A. M. K. P. Instrumentation for Flows ... signal-to-noise ratio often limited by detector shot-noise fluorescence interferences from other species, especially from ...
*  Light sheet fluorescence microscopy
... (LSFM) is a fluorescence microscopy technique with an intermediate-to-high optical ... This way a thin sheet of light or lightsheet is created in the focal region that can be used to excite fluorescence only in a ... The fluorescence light emitted from the lightsheet is then collected perpendicularly with a standard microscope objective and ... The lateral resolution of a SPIM is comparable to that of a standard (epi) fluorescence microscope, as it is determined fully ...
*  Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching
If after some time the fluorescence doesn't reach the initial level anymore, then some part of the fluorescence is caused by an ... Fluorescence microscope Photobleaching Fluorescence loss in photobleaching (FLIP) Axelrod, D; Koppel, D; Schlessinger, J; Elson ... The mean fluorescence in the region can then be plotted versus time since the photobleaching, and the resulting curve can yield ... If a large number of proteins bind to sites in a small volume such that there the fluorescence signal is dominated by the ...
*  X-ray fluorescence holography
... (XFH) is a holography method with atomic resolution based on atomic fluorescence. It is a ... Hayashi, K. (2003). "3D atomic imaging of SiGe system by X-ray fluorescence holography". Journal of Materials Science: ... Xie, Honglan; Chen, Jianwen; Gao, Hongyi; Xiong, Shisheng; Xu, Zhizhan (2004). "Removing twin images in X-ray fluorescence ... Chukhovskii, F. N.; Poliakov, A. M. (2003). "X-ray fluorescence holography: a novel treatment for crystal structure ...
*  Supercritical angle fluorescence microscopy
"Novel disposable biochip platform employing supercritical angle fluorescence for enhanced fluorescence collection". Biomedical ... Using an aspheric lens for excitation of a sample with laser light, fluorescence emitted by the specimen is collected above the ... Supercritical angle fluorescence microscopy (SAF) is a technique to detect and characterize fluorescent species (proteins, ... The principle how SAF Microscopy works is as follows: A fluorescent specimen does not emit fluorescence isotropically when it ...