In comparison, scanning techniques such as confocal microscopy
expose every pixel only for a few microseconds with much higher laser power, which may cause fluorophore saturation.
of Thygeson's superficial punctate keratopathy.
vivo confocal microscopy
of the cornea has been developed, mainly for use in patients with diabetic neuropathy.
Key Words: Melanocytic skin lesions, reflectance confocal microscopy
Reflectance confocal microscopy
is another high-resolution imaging technique that is just beginning to be explored for oral cancer detection.
This makes it ideal as an entry-level system for confocal microscopy
These confocal microscopy
images of the metallic coil coating without cellulose acetate butyrate (Figure 1) show a multitude of high peaks, indicating a rough surface.
394") stroke length and 12 mm optics mount, the LFA is marketed for: Optical focusing, scanning, inter-ferometry, surface structure analysis, disk drive testing, autofocus systems, confocal microscopy
, biotechnology, and semiconductor test equipment.
Using a new application of a form of imaging called multiphoton confocal microscopy
, the researchers created snapshots of selected areas of the brain on a daily basis and made a record of plaque formation over time.
Phagosome formation and localization of signaling proteins were studied by immunostaining with fluorescent antibodies followed by confocal microscopy
In the present study, the 3-D arrangement of vessels in mature intermediate and terminal placental villi was examined using the combination of confocal microscopy
and image processing.
results showing improved fluorescence imaging (red fluorescence for Eu, green fluorescence for Tb, and no autofluorescence for controls) suggest that this technique might be used for live-cell imaging, a requisite analytical tool in most cell biology experiments and a routine procedure in neurobiology, developmental biology, pharmacology, and several other related biomedical research fields.