Fluorescence - Researchers create 3D fluorescence and phase imaging of living cells based on digital holography
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 Fluorescence Image-Guided Surgery and CancerFluorescence Image-Guided Surgery and Cancer
 
Fluorescence-guided surgery is a form of medical imaging using fluorescently labeled structures that can aid complete removal of tumor cells in cancer.
 
   Researchers create 3D fluorescence and phase imaging of living cells based on digital holographyResearchers create 3D fluorescence and phase imaging of living cells based on digital holography
 
A research group led by Kobe University's Professor MATOBA Osamu (Organization for Advanced and Integrated Research) has successfully created 3D fluorescence and phase imaging of living cells based on digital holography.
 
   Fluorescence Involvement in Glioblastoma SurgeryFluorescence Involvement in Glioblastoma Surgery
 
The use of fluorescence in surgeries, including those that treat glioblastomas, is improving their success rate.
 
 Virtual-Freezing to Combine Fluorescence Imaging and Flow Cytometry
 
Virtual-Freezing to Combine Fluorescence Imaging and Flow CytometryA team recently determined an imaging method that uses virtual-freezing to combine fluorescence imaging and flow cytometry.
 
 
 Scientists develop a molecular shield to stabilize near-infrared fluorescent dyes
 
Scientists develop a molecular shield to stabilize near-infrared fluorescent dyesScientists can monitor biomolecular processes in live tissue by noninvasive optical methods, such as fluorescence imaging.
 
 
 New fluorescent dye may prove useful for biomedical imaging applications
 
New fluorescent dye may prove useful for biomedical imaging applicationsScientists can monitor biomolecular processes in live tissue by noninvasive optical methods, such as fluorescence imaging.
 
 
 New project to make better fluorescent tags turns into a method to kill tumors
 
New project to make better fluorescent tags turns into a method to kill tumorsA Rice University lab's project to make better fluorescent tags has turned into a method to kill tumors. Switching one atom in the tag does the trick.