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Comparative-study-of-in-situ-N2-rotational-Raman-spectroscopy-methods-for-probing-energy-thermalisation-processes-during-spin-exchange-optical-pumping.pdf

Comparative-study-of-in-situ-N2-rotational-Raman-spectroscopy-methods-for-probing-energy-thermalisation-processes-during-spin-exchange-optical-pumping.pdf

…surface of the OP cell were
reported for SEOP under relatively modest conditions, e.g.
B15 W of
*2 nm full-width half maximum (FWHM)
laser light with a 4He/N2
gas mixture [18]. Walter et al.
concluded that probing the outer surface temperature of the
OP cell was often a…

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

light. However, there will still be some inevitable light scatter in the instrument that will find its way to the photodetector, and definitely some light scatter by the sample (which is usually quite inhomogeneous). In fact, this sample scatter is used in some cytometry instruments to sort cells by…

Quotation KML QGYYMMDD G  Institute Contact

Quotation KML QGYYMMDD G Institute Contact

…the process of field ionization of the gas.[12] However, optimally implementing an HHG source is not simply a matter of focusing the light into a gas jet or cell: the efficiency of conversion into the EUV depends on multiple parameters, and can vary by orders of magnitude. In early experiments,…

Bio Photonics - July 2018

Bio Photonics - July 2018

…structures are
collagen fibers (via second-harmonic generation detection), the red are endothelial cell interfaces labeled with Alexa 647, and the green shows nuclei of the
smooth muscle cells labeled with Cyto41. Courtesy of Dominic Depke/EIMI Münster.
In major surgery, the limited…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…These protein filaments are fundamental to many processes in virtually every eukaryotic cell; they act as structural elements that enable movement of internal cargoes, amoeboid cell migration, cell division, etc. With so many different roles and formats, it is not surprising that the growth,…

Bio Photonics - November 2014

Bio Photonics - November 2014

…BioPhotonics · November 2014
only fluorescence from the fluoresceintagged HGD cells excited by the 488-nm
laser.
Figure 2 is a schematic illustration of
the SFE that the UW team developed.
Light beams from three Coherent OBIS
FP lasers at 445, 488 and 640 nm are

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

…BioPhotonics · November 2014
only fluorescence from the fluoresceintagged HGD cells excited by the 488-nm
laser.
Figure 2 is a schematic illustration of
the SFE that the UW team developed.
Light beams from three Coherent OBIS
FP lasers at 445, 488 and 640 nm are

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…for applications like
whole-genome sequencing.
In both cases, the sequencing is
carried out on a glass plate or flow cell
excited with laser light. Each of the
four nucleotides (A, C, G, and T) has
a unique fluorescence emission profile. So each unique cluster (i.e.,…

Optogenetics Relies on Multiphoton Microscopy | Imaging & Microscopy - Research, Development, Production

Optogenetics Relies on Multiphoton Microscopy | Imaging & Microscopy - Research, Development, Production

…blue light at 450 nm can be excited using a 900 nm ultrafast laser. By scanning the focused laser beam, a three-dimensional image is rapidly constructed. Pioneered by Deisseroth in Stanford and Boyden at MIT, optogenetics is an innovative method where light is used to stimulate specific cells,

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…lens geometry or the prismbased method. In the former approach, light is directed in an off-axis geometry Figure 1. In TIRF microscopy, excitation light beyond the critical light is completely reflected. The evanescence of the light field at the refractive interface penetrates into the sample by…

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

…lens geometry or the prismbased method. In the former approach, light is directed in an off-axis geometry Figure 1. In TIRF microscopy, excitation light beyond the critical light is completely reflected. The evanescence of the light field at the refractive interface penetrates into the sample by…

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

…optogenetics. Pioneered by Deisseroth's group in Stanford and Boyden's
group at MIT, optogenetics is an innovative method where light is used to
stimulate specific cells, thanks to a class
of proteins - the opsins. When irradiatedattheappropriatewavelength,these
membrane resident…