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fluorochrome

 [floor´-o-krōm]
a fluorescent compound, as a dye, used to mark protein with a fluorescent label.

fluor·o·chrome

(flōr'ō-krōm),
Any fluorescent dye used to label or stain.

fluorochrome

/flu·o·ro·chrome/ (-krōm) a fluorescent compound used as a dye to mark protein with a fluorescent label.

fluorochrome

(flo͝or′ə-krōm′, flôr′-)
n.
Any of a group of fluorescent dyes used to stain biological specimens.

fluor·o·chrome

(flōr'ō-krōm)
Any fluorescent dye used to label or stain.

fluorochrome

a fluorescent compound, as a dye, used to mark protein with a fluorescent label. See also fluorescein.
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Given that fluorescein is the only fluorophore used throughout the study, cytometric variations in the MESF values obtained are largely due to both procedure error and systematic error.
Once the subpopulations with the same color combination are selected, then the distance between fluorophores (e.
The discussion below is based on the concept of fluorescence yield which is defined as the product of the fluorophore concentration and the quantum yield of the fluorophore.
A restricted class of molecules, fluorophores, reach the ground state by emitting the energy as light at a wavelength equal to or longer than the wavelength absorbed.
Certain fluorophores may only fluoresce when excited by "invisible" UV light.
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Here we describe a magnetically prompted immunoreaction system with unique polymer-coated magnetic beads containing highly analytically sensitive fluorophores.
In the case of a flow cytometer, the relative intensity of the fluorescence signal produced by a fluorophore can be estimated by the fluorophore's brightness index, BI, which is defined in Eq.
A 10-fold excess of the synthesized fluorophore was incubated for 2 hours with an IgG antibody in basic pH followed by size-exclusion chromatography to obtain the pure product.
Thee new Brilliant Violet 421 products are part of the first commercial release of a novel, polymer-based fluorophore technology.
The evolution of the concentration of a fluorophore in a bead is described by a partial differential equation for the concentration c as a function of three spatial coordinates and time, c = c(x,y,z,t).
2])-specific fluorophore PG1, the mitochondrial membrane potential sensor JC-1, and the mitochondrial redox potential sensor MTroGFPl in living cells to characterize the role of oxidative stress in zinc-induced toxicity.