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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 5323

Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences IV
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5323
Date Published: 21 June 2004
Softcover: 50 papers (452) pages
ISBN: 9780819452313

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Dynamic and static fluorescence anisotropy in biological microscopy (rFLIM and emFRET)
Author(s): Thomas M. Jovin; Diane S. Lidke; Janine N. Post
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Photochromic fluorescence resonance energy transfer (pcFRET): formalism, implementation, and perspectives
Author(s): Elizabeth A. Jares-Erijman; Luciana Giordano; Carla Spagnuolo; Jennifer Kawior; Rudolph J. Vermeij; Thomas M. Jovin
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High-speed FLIM data acquisition by time-correlated single-photon counting
Author(s): Wolfgang Becker; Axel Bergmann; Giovanni Biscotti; Karsten Koenig; Iris Riemann; Laimonas Kelbauskas; Christoph Biskup
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FRET reveals the organization of different receptor-ligand complexes (polymeric IgA-R and Transferrin-R) in endocytic membranes of polarized MDCK cells
Author(s): Horst K. Wallrabe; Margarida Barroso
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Multiphoton tissue FRET demonstrates in vivo BAD/Bcl-xL heterodimerization in injured axons following traumatic brain injury in rats
Author(s): James D. Mills; James R. Stone; David O. Okonkwo; Ammasi Periasamy; Gregory A. Helm
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Multiphoton imaging in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease
Author(s): Brian J. Bacskai; Jesse Skoch; Gregory A. Hickey; Oksana Berezovska; Bradley T. Hyman
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Multiphoton FLIM and spectral imaging of cells and tissues
Author(s): Karsten Konig; Iris Riemann; Gunter Ehrlich; Volker Ulrich; Peter Fischer
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High-speed fluorescence lifetime imaging
Author(s): Hans C. Gerritsen; Dave J. van den Heuvel; Alexandra V Agronskaia
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Long-wavelength long-lifetime luminophores for cellular and tissue imaging
Author(s): Zygmunt Gryczynski; Badri P Maliwal; Ignacy Gryczynski; Joseph R Lakowicz
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Fluorescence lifetime imaging with a multifocal two-photon microscope
Author(s): Sandrine Leveque-Fort; Marie-Pierre Fontaine-Aupart; Gerard Roger; Patrick Georges
FRET measurements between small numbers of molecules identifies subtle changes in receptor interactions
Author(s): Serdar Ozcelik; Galya Orr; Dehong Hu; Chii-Shiarng Chen; Haluk Resat; Greg S. Harms; Lee K. Opresko; H. Steven Wiley; Steven D. Colson
Saturation in two-photon microscopy
Author(s): Gianguido C. Cianci; Keith M. Berland
Focal volume characterization using multiphoton fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (MP-FCS)
Author(s): Vijay Iyer; Molly J Rossow; M. Neal Waxham
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In vivo FCS measurements of ligand diffusion in intact tissues
Author(s): Zifu Wang; Oana Marcu; Michael W. Berns; J. Lawrence Marsh
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Characterization of the conformational changes of a tripartite molecular beacon
Author(s): Cecile Couzon; Daniel Banks; James Jonkman; Aleksandra Dabkowska; Razvan Nutiu; Yingfu Li; Cecile Fradin
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Shot-noise limited detection sensitivity in multiplex CARS microscopy
Author(s): Michiel Mueller; Juleon M. Schins; George W. H. Wurpel
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Broadband cost-effective nonlinear Raman microscopy
Author(s): Vladislav V. Yakovlev
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Highly efficient coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy
Author(s): Thomas Hellerer; Annika M. K. Enejder; Ondrej Burkacky; Andreas Zumbusch
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High-spectral-resolution multiplex CARS spectroscopy using chirped pulses
Author(s): Kelly P. Knutsen; Justin C. Johnson; Abigail E. Miller; Poul B. Petersen; Richard James Saykally
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Use of optical parametric oscillator in scanning optical microscopy
Author(s): Fu-Jen Kao
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Use of adaptive optics for improved multiphoton imaging
Author(s): John M. Girkin; Paul N. Marsh
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Signal degradation in multiple-scattering medium: implication for single focus vs multifoci two-photon microscopy
Author(s): Ki Hean Kim; Christof Buehler; Karsten Bahlmann; Peter T. C. So
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In vivo multiphoton microscopy of deep tissue with gradient index lenses
Author(s): Michael J. Levene; Daniel A. Dombeck; Rebecca M. Williams; Jesse Skoch; Gregory A. Hickey; Karl A. Kasischke; Raymond P. Molloy; Martin Ingelsson; Edward A. Stern; Jochen Klucken; Brian J. Bacskai; Warren R. Zipfel; Bradley T. Hyman; Watt W. Webb
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Comparative analysis of infrared fluorescence generation in multiphoton spectroscopy
Author(s): Philippe Legros; Daniel Choquet; Eric P. Mottay; Nelly Deguil; Francois Salin
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Sulfur mustard disrupts human α3β1-integrin receptors in concert with α6β4-integrin receptors and collapse of the keratin K5/K14 cytoskeleton
Author(s): Robert J. Werrlein; Catherine R. Braue
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Two-photon absorption-induced drug delivery from polymers for medical applications
Author(s): Hee-Cheol Kim; Stefan Kreiling; Sebastian Haertner; Lutz Hesse; Andreas Greiner; Norbert A. Hampp
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Novel organic compounds combining anticancer action with two-photon fluorescent cellular imaging
Author(s): Burl H. Peterson; Sergey S. Sarkisov; Vladimir N. Nesterov; Elena I. Radovanova; Alex Leyderman; Tanja V. Timofeeva; Mikhail Antipin; Michael J. Curley; Paul A. Fleitz; Charles Lee; J.-C. Wang
Nonlinear optical spectroscopy of collagen transformation
Author(s): V. Shcheslavskiy; Georgi I. Petrov; Solomon M. Saltiel; A. Boyko; V. Y. Petrussevich; Y. M. Petrussevich; Galina P. Petrova; Vladislav V. Yakovlev
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Dimeric drug depot forms for photo-induced drug release
Author(s): Sebastian Haertner; Hee-Cheol Kim; Norbert A. Hampp
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Polarization effects in SHG of collagen
Author(s): Paul Xu; Guy C. Cox; John A. M. Ramshaw; Philip B. Lukins; Colin J. R. Sheppard
Use of multiphoton laser scanning microscopy to image benzo[a]pyrene and metabolites in fish eggs
Author(s): Michael W. Hornung; Kevin M. Flynn; Rodney D. Johnson; Philip M. Cook; John W. Nichols
Measuring tear protein mobility in thin hydrogel films with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
Author(s): Andrew P. Stevens; Bryon E. Wright; Vladimir Hlady
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