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What is Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy?Filters for Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) Imaging

Advancements in microscopes, optics, cameras, data handling, and filter technology by software have enabled cost-efficient FISH systems to be attainable for the majority of researchers.

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   A Guide to FluorescenceA Guide to Fluorescence
 
The phenomenon of fluorescence is a form of luminescence, and it is exploited by techniques that have innovated ways to utilize its light emittance to gain insights into target materials or substances.
 
   The Different Types of Imaging ReagentsThe Different Types of Imaging Reagents
 
The types of imaging reagents utilized by the biological and medical imaging reagents market include fluorescent proteins and magnetic resonance imaging.
 
 What is Fluorescence Spectroscopy?
 
What is Fluorescence Spectroscopy?Fluorescence spectroscopy is an analytical method which is based on the fluorescence properties of the sample.
 
 
 A Novel FACS-based Approach to Isoagglutinin Concentration in Products for Intravenous Use
 
A Novel FACS-based Approach to Isoagglutinin Concentration in Products for Intravenous UseA research group, have published a paper in which they describe a fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS)-based method for isoagglutinin quantification.
 
 
 FLIMera Uses Time Decay of Laser-Excited Fluorescence at Video Rate Speeds to Record or Stream Real-Time Video Rate FLIM
 
FLIMera Uses Time Decay of Laser-Excited Fluorescence at Video Rate Speeds to Record or Stream Real-Time Video Rate FLIMHORIBA Scientific, a global leader in Fluorescence solutions, announces a new camera for microscopic research inside cells and detection of biomarkers for disease diagnostics.