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Fluorescence Methods and Applications

Edited by Edited by Otto S. Wolfbeis (University of Regensburg, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemo- and Bio-sensors, Regensburg, Germany)
Fluorescence Methods and Applications

Published: May 2008

Volume 1130

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Contributions of interest to all of those that work in fluorescence in some way are included in this volume, which covers physical, chemical, biological, drug discovery, pharmacological, diagnostic, medical imaging, and material science aspects. Specific areas included are fluorescence lifetime, fluorescence (in vivo) imaging, time-resolved fluorescence, luminescence anisotropy, fluorescent (NMIR) labels, luminescent lanthanides, fluorescent sensors and probes, fluorescence microscopy, FRET, fluorescent nanoparticles and dots, high-throughput screening, fluorescent bioassays, luminescence-based DNA technologies, FISH and immunohistochemistry, luminescence on metal surfaces, fluorescent proteins, upconversion, multiphoton fluorescence, confocal techniques, near-field and far-field techniques, single photon counting, fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS), and flow cytometry.