1 January 1998 Laser-assisted biotechnology: the biologist point of view
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Abstract
The main applications of laser to different fields of medicine and biology are reviewed and compared by a biologist. The good output of high quality papers in the biomedical field effectively contrasts with a scarce popularity of lasers in biological laboratory. In fact, a search in the Medlars database, confirmed that the use of lasers in a strict biological context is very limited or confined to few oriented laboratories. The `common' biologist does not have a precise point of view. In this perspective, the biologist would propose the following approach: (1) promote training programs to create new professional figures; (2) encourage the formation of scientific and technological research networks between biologists and laser specialists.
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Giuseppe Palumbo, Giuseppe Palumbo, Anna Rita Sasso, Anna Rita Sasso, Vittoria Criniti, Vittoria Criniti, Elvira Crescenzi, Elvira Crescenzi, Bruno Mazziotti, Bruno Mazziotti, Michele Grieco, Michele Grieco, Mario F. Tecce, Mario F. Tecce, } "Laser-assisted biotechnology: the biologist point of view", Proc. SPIE 3199, Biomedical Systems and Technologies II, (1 January 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.301122; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.301122
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