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Protected: Fluorescence imaging & endoscopy for tumor visualization and diagnostics

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.Introduction to fluorescence imaging Fluorescence is a phenomenon where substance that has absorbed certain wavelength of light emits it back at another wavelength. These substances are called fluorophores or fluorescent dyes. The emitted light has a longer wavelength than the absorbed one since some energy of the photon is lost in the process. The difference in wavelengths between absorbed and emitted light, called Stokes shift, allows very low background for fluorescence detection by separating it from the excitation light. The process of fluorescence generation is Continue reading →

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – June 2021

Modulight Spotlights: LASER-SHARP RESEARCH – June 2021 The findings by Prof. Lothar Lilge and his team might enable improved treatment of diffuse lung metastasis which are difficult to treat with standard therapies. A novel lung perfusion platform significantly reduced tissue absorption and allowed better light penetration, resulting in up to 3-fold increased treatment volumes.   Read original publication   Modulight is very happy to be supporting this research. We would like to deliver our warmest congratulations to the research team!   #LaserSharpResearch  #ModulightInScience   #LasersInScience Continue reading →