Fluorescence Microscopy

  • (noun): Light microscopy in which the specimen is irradiated at wavelengths that excite fluorochromes.

Some articles on fluorescence, microscopy, fluorescence microscopy:

Fluorescence Microscope - Limitations
... chemical damage from the electrons excited during fluorescence ... can severely limit the time over which a sample can be observed by fluorescent microscopy ... Fluorescence microscopy with fluorescent reporter proteins has enabled analysis of live cells by fluorescence microscopy, however cells are susceptible to phototoxicity, particularly ...
Johan Sebastiaan Ploem - Work On Fluorescence Microscopy
... of dichroic beam splitters for reflection of blue and green light for fluorescence microscopy using "epi-illumination" ((illumination and detection from one side of ... wavelength blue), with clear observation of the green fluorescence peak emission at 520 nm ... on the nuclei is illuminated with incident narrow-band green light (546 nm) resulting in a red fluorescence emission Fig ...
Lipid Bilayer Characterization - Fluorescence Microscopy
... Fluorescence microscopy is a technique whereby certain molecules can be excited with one wavelength of light and will emit another longer wavelength of light ... always necessary to include a dye molecule in order to study lipid bilayers with fluorescence microscopy ... given an argument against the use of one of fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) to determine bilayer diffusion coefficients ...
Green Fluorescent Protein - Use
... of GFP and its derivatives has thoroughly redefined fluorescence microscopy and the way it is used in cell biology and other biological disciplines ... This has triggered the development of highly automated live-cell fluorescence microscopy systems, which can be used to observe cells over time expressing one or more proteins tagged with fluorescent proteins ... gene is expressed, or the target proteins are produced, will fluoresce when observed under fluorescence microscopy ...