Partial recovery of fluorescence intensity after irradiation-induced fading of fluorescence, and its effects on techniques of quantitative fluorescence microscopy
Partial recovery of fluorescence intensity after irradiation-induced fading of lipopigment autofluorescence is reported, during a subsequent period of 60 sec when each specimen was in darkness. This phenomenon may have significance for various techniques of quantitative fluorescence microscopy.
KeywordsMicroscopy Fluorescence Intensity Fluorescence Microscopy Partial Recovery Subsequent Period
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