1 December 1985 Time Resolved Microfluorescence In Biomedical Diagnosis
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Abstract
A measuring system combining subnanosecond laser-induced fluorescence with microscopic signal detection was installed and used for diverse projects in the biomedical and environmental fields. These projects range from tumor diagnosis and enzymatic analysis to measurements of the activity of methanogenic bacteria, which affect biogas production and waste water cleaning. The advantages of this method and its practical applicability are discussed.
Herbert Schneckenburger, "Time Resolved Microfluorescence In Biomedical Diagnosis," Optical Engineering 24(6), 241042 (1 December 1985). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973626 . Submission:
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