fluorophores

fluorophores

(floor′ă-fŏr, floo′ă-ră)
A substance that tends to fluoresce, such as fluorescein.
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This order (base/ bridge from base to specific target/ bridge from specific target to branched label/ branched label) thus effectively puts very large numbers of labels such as fluorophores on the array spot barcoded to the target of interest.
When cAMP binds to EPAC, there is a conformational change in donor and acceptor where the distance between the two fluorophores increases.
These inorganic nanocrystals provide several advantages over the traditional fluorophores.
Four consecutive imaging series are performed in order to collect (1) RGB image at white LED illumination, helping to reveal hidden subcutaneous structures; (2) four spectral images at narrowband LED illumination for mapping of the main skin chromophores; (3) video-images under green LED illumination for mapping of skin blood perfusion; (4) autofluorescence video-images under UV LED irradiation for mapping of the skin fluorophores.
Next to introducing the basics of fluorescence technology, the brochure includes reactive fluorophores spanning the entire spectrum from UV to near infrared, complete kits for protein and nucleic acid labeling, as well as fluorescent phalloidins and reagents for Click-Chemistry.
Here we describe a magnetically prompted immunoreaction system with unique polymer-coated magnetic beads containing highly analytically sensitive fluorophores.
Among the topics are design considerations for efficient and stable polymer solar cells, the control of zinc oxide nanorods for polymer solar cells, nanoimprint lithography for photovoltaic applications, plasmonic light trapping in thin-film solar photovoltaic devices, organic fluorophores for luminescent solar concentrators, and the current global scenario of efficient organic photovoltaic cells.
This work examines the absorption and emission properties of several commercial QD fluorophores and presents the data in a manner suitable for estimating their utility for flow cytometer assays.
Small fluorophores, however, have low photo-bleaching thresholds, limiting their effectiveness in long-term, multi-dimensional applications.
Biological autofluorescence (AF), arising from endogenous fluorophores, is an intrinsic property of cells and tissues.
You look at the forward scatter and side scatter, which tell you about cell size and granularity, and then you look at the emission of the fluorophores to get the presence and quantity of the antigens that you're probing with the antibodies.
In our setting "reconstruction" has the following meaning: The true density of the fluorophores in a xy-plane perpendicular to the optical axis and of distance z from the microscopic lense is estimated using the data of the set of CLSM-slices which are closer to the lense.