Based on technology, the live cell imaging market is segmented into Multiphoton Excitation Microscopy, Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy, Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization, Ratiometric
Imaging, High-Content Analysis, Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching and Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer.
Sreejith, A ratiometric
fluorescence sensor for selective visual sensing of Zn2+, J.
The characterization of droplets is critical to the development of accepted standards for droplet-based microfluidics, and even though many techniques exist, such as high-speed imaging, photometry, pressure sensing, calorimetry, radiolabeling, gravimetric methods, amplification methods, fluorescence, ratiometric
methods, hybrid methods, and others, there is no one accepted standard for addressing "small" (nanoliter or picoliter) volumes.
Carbon dots coated with vitamin B12 as selective ratiometric
nanosensor for phenolic carbofuran.
Real-time in vivo molecular detection of primary tumors and metastases with ratiometric
activatable cell-penetrating peptides.
fluorescence measurement of the membrane dipole potential.
The MLX90380 provides sine and cosine analog ratiometric
outputs while other options include the ability to select sensitivity from 10 mT to 70 mT and three different configurations for the magnetic field axis.
phosphorescence imaging of hg(II) in living cells based on a neutral iridium(III) complex," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Su et al., "Rhodamine 6G conjugated-quantum dots used for highly sensitive and selective ratiometric
fluorescence sensor of glutathione," Talanta, vol.
Lu et al., "Upconversion ratiometric
fluorescence and colorimetric dual-readout assay for uric acid," Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol.
Choi et al., "A ratiometric
twophoton fluorescent probe reveals reduction in mitochondrial H2S production in Parkinson's disease gene knockout astrocytes," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.