Fluorescence Microscopy, Volume 2
Cambridge University Press, 1992 - 473 pages
Fluorescence microscopy is used for studying the distribution of substances which are present in very small amounts, for example in living cells. This magnificent new work provides comprehensive cover of all aspects of fluorescence microscopy - including instrumentation, applications, and the history of the technique. The first volume deals with instrumentation and techniques for fluorescence microscopy, and includes a chapter on quantification and scanning. The second volume deals with the applications of fluorescence microscopy in many fields. It includes information on autofluorescence, and an invaluable appendix provides an alphabetical list of fluorochromes, giving information concerning chemical structure, fluorescence properties, applications and suitable filter combinations.
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Autofluorescence in human and animal tissues
Autofluorescence in plants fungi and bacteria
Petrology and materials science
Indirect fluorochromy immunofluorescence hybridization lectins
Enzymatically induced fluorescence
The history of fluorescence microscopy
Distinction between elastin and collagen
Acetic acid method for arylethylamines
Names and addresses of suppliers
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