Handbook of Biomedical Fluorescence

Mary-Ann Mycek, Brian W. Pogue

April 16, 2003 by CRC Press
Reference - 688 Pages
ISBN 9780824709556 - CAT# DK2113

USD$319.00

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Features

  • Discusses fundamental aspects of fluorescence generation in organic molecules within tissue
  • Melds basic and clinical science to provide a comprehensive overview of the field
  • Covers radiation transport, diffusion theory, and the Monte Carlo method
  • Summary

    Melding basic and clinical science, this reference provides a comprehensive overview of the roles that biophysics, photochemistry, and computational modeling play in the biomedical applications of fluorescence spectroscopy and imaging. Penned by pioneering researchers, the Handbook of Biomedical Fluorescence discusses fundamental aspects of fluorescence generation in organic molecules within tissue, theoretical and experimental views of how light propagation in tissue can be used to interpret fluorescence signals, endogenous and exogenous fluorescence agents in medical or basic research studies, and radiation transport, diffusion theory, and the Monte Carlo method.