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autofluorescence

(ot″ō-floo″(ŏ-)res′ĕns) [ auto- + fluorescence]
The fluorescence of cells, molecules, or tissues when exposed to ultraviolet or visible electromagnetic radiation.
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An improved and cost-effective methodology for the reduction of autofluorescence in direct immunofluorescence studies on formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissues.
Autofluorescence imaging is a "broad-based imaging tool" that can monitor changes in the pattern of distribution of autofluorescent proteins in the esophagus when normal mucosal tissue becomes dysplastic or cancerous, Dr.
Xillix is seeking damages and other remedies against Olympus concerning any autofluorescence imaging products that contain Xillix technology or trade secrets.
This patent demonstrates the innovative nature of the ClearPath DS-120 for the rapid, six second detection of autofluorescence in the lens of the eye," said Keith D.
With a longer wavelength, the SensoLyte[R]520 HDAC Activity Assay Kit avoids the autofluorescence interference from cell components and test compounds that is commonly found in traditional HDAC assay kits.
Although formalin-induced autofluorescence and acid-fast stain of CLCs are probably nonspecific phenomena, use of the fluorescent microscope and the Ziehl-Neelsen stain can successfully help in the diagnosis of acute-phase EC, especially in samples with massive tissue necrosis.
Enzyme-linked detection with chromogenic substrates in bright-field microscopy offers a valuable complement to fluorescence for in situ detection of proteins, because it requires less expensive instrumentation, is compatible with standard histologic stains, and is not hindered by autofluorescence.
Unmarked juveniles uniformly lacked any blue-green autofluorescence.
The CX-1 Hybrid Digital Mydriatic/Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera provides five photography modes including color, red-free, cobalt, Fluorescein Angiography and Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) - which allows the user to take one-shot photography of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium layer in a standard configuration.
Attractive features included as standard are an anterior module and fundus autofluorescence capability.
Autofluorescence interference from cellular components is minimal, making the substrates more sensitive.
Confocal microscopy results showing improved fluorescence imaging (red fluorescence for Eu, green fluorescence for Tb, and no autofluorescence for controls) suggest that this technique might be used for live-cell imaging, a requisite analytical tool in most cell biology experiments and a routine procedure in neurobiology, developmental biology, pharmacology, and several other related biomedical research fields.