Near-Infrared Applications in Biotechnology
CRC Press, Nov 9, 2000 - 392 pages
This volume explores developments in techniques in diagnostics, DNA sequencing, bioanalysis of immunoassays, and single-molecule detection. It promotes the measurement, identification, monitoring, analysis, and application of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR) to medical and pharmaceutical advances. The text also considers noninvasive methods of NIR for successful, cost-effective, and prompt diagnoses of diseases.
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Some Aspects of Fluorescence of Particular Relevance for Biological Processes
Probes Dyes Fluorescing in the NIR Region
Analytical Applications of NearInfrared Fluorescence in Immunoassays
NearInfrared Applications in DNA Sequencing and Analysis
NearInfrared Applications in Medicine
NearInfrared Applications in SingleMolecule Detection
Applications Using Fluorescence Lifetimes
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