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The Resource Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III : Applications in Sensing and Imaging, edited by Alexander P. Demchenko, (electronic resource)

Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III : Applications in Sensing and Imaging, edited by Alexander P. Demchenko, (electronic resource)

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Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III : Applications in Sensing and Imaging
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Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III
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Applications in Sensing and Imaging
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edited by Alexander P. Demchenko
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eng
Summary
  • The key element of any fluorescence sensing or imaging technology is the fluorescence reporter, which transforms the information on molecular interactions and dynamics into measurable signals of fluorescence emission. This book, written by a team of frontline researchers, demonstrates the broad field of applications of fluorescence reporters, starting from nanoscopic properties of materials, such as self-assembled thin films, polymers and ionic liquids, through biological macromolecules and further to living cell, tissue and body imaging. Basic information on obtaining and interpreting experimental data is presented and recent progress in these practically important areas is highlighted. The book is addressed to a broad interdisciplinary audience
  • The key element of any fluorescence sensing or imaging technology is the fluorescence reporter, which transforms the information on molecular interactions and dynamics into measurable signals of fluorescence emission. This book, written by a team of frontline researchers, demonstrates the broad field of applications of fluorescence reporters, starting from nanoscopic properties of materials, such as self-assembled thin films, polymers and ionic liquids, through biological macromolecules and further to living cell, tissue and body imaging. Basic information on obtaining and interpreting experimental data is presented and recent progress in these practically important areas is highlighted. The book is addressed to a broad interdisciplinary audience
  • The key element of any fluorescence sensing or imaging technology is the fluorescence reporter, which transforms the information on molecular interactions and dynamics into measurable signals of fluorescence emission. This book, written by a team of frontline researchers, demonstrates the broad field of applications of fluorescence reporters, starting from nanoscopic properties of materials, such as self-assembled thin films, polymers and ionic liquids, through biological macromolecules and further to living cell, tissue and body imaging. Basic information on obtaining and interpreting experimental data is presented and recent progress in these practically important areas is highlighted. The book is addressed to a broad interdisciplinary audience
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  • The key element of any fluorescence sensing or imaging technology is the fluorescence reporter, which transforms the information on molecular interactions and dynamics into measurable signals of fluorescence emission. This book, written by a team of frontline researchers, demonstrates the broad field of applications of fluorescence reporters, starting from nanoscopic properties of materials, such as self-assembled thin films, polymers and ionic liquids, through biological macromolecules and further to living cell, tissue and body imaging. Basic information on obtaining and interpreting experimental data is presented and recent progress in these practically important areas is highlighted. The book is addressed to a broad interdisciplinary audience
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Demchenko, Alexander P
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543
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QD71-142
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Springer Series on Fluorescence, Methods and Applications,
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113
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  • Chemistry
  • Medicine
  • Analytical biochemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Cytology
  • Optical materials
  • Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Molecular Medicine
  • Medical Biochemistry
  • Biophysics and Biological Physics
  • Optical and Electronic Materials
  • Biological Techniques
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This volume demonstrates the broad field of applications of fluorescence reporters, starting from nanoscopic properties of materials, such as self-assembled thin films, polymers and ionic liquids, through biological macromolecules and further to living cell, tissue and body imaging
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Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III : Applications in Sensing and Imaging, edited by Alexander P. Demchenko, (electronic resource)
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  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
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OCM1bookssj0000508069
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unknown
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9783642180347
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(print)
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10.1007/978-3-642-18035-4
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000508069
Label
Advanced Fluorescence Reporters in Chemistry and Biology III : Applications in Sensing and Imaging, edited by Alexander P. Demchenko, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
  • Interfacial behavior of fluorescent dyes. Power and weakness of nanoscopic description -- Fluorescence probing of physicochemical characteristics of the room temperature ionic liquids -- Fluorescence spectroscopy in polymer science -- Fluorescence probing in structurally anisotropic materials. From liquid crystals to macromolecules, micelles and lipid bilayers -- ptimized dyes for protein and nucleic acid detection -- Functional nucleic acids for fluorescence based biosensing applications -- Covalent labeling of biomolecules in living cells -- Tetracysteine and bipartite tags for biarsenical organic fluorophores -- Labeling of oligohistidine-tagged proteins -- In vivo imaging of vascular targets using near-infrared fluorescent probes -- Whole-body imaging of hematopoietic and cancer cells using near infrared probes
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000508069
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9783642180347
Isbn Type
(print)
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-642-18035-4
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000508069

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