Multi-Wavelength Epi-Illumination in Fluorescence Microscopy

Fluorescence is a process where a substance after having absorbed light (photons) emitts a radiation the wavelength (colour) of which is longer than that of the absorbed light, and where this emission stops immediately after cessation of the excitation. This phenomenon is the basic element of fluorescence microscopy and its application. Besides the “classical” excitation …

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