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This is the second volume of a two-volume work on fluorescence microscopy that covers all aspects of the subject including instrumentation, applications, and history. Volume 2 deals with applications of fluorescence microscopy in many fields. It includes chapters on fluorocarbons and autofluorescence. An invaluable appendix contains an alphabetical list of fluorochromes and gives information on chemical structure, fluorescence properties, applications, and suitable filter combinations.
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This new work provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of fluorescence microscopy including instrumentation, applications in a wide variety of fields, and the history of the technique. It will be invaluable to all those graduate students and research workers who use fluorescence microscopy.Review:
"This is an excellent book, dealing with many aspects of the application of fluorescence microscopic techniques in a variety of different fields. It is well illustrated with numerous chemical structures, tables, and photographs, and provides a thoroughly readable and informative text with many valuable references for Ph.D students, researchers, and pathologists." Q. Peng, Journal of Ultrastructural Pathology
"...would make a solid addition to the reference collection of any laboratory using fluorescence microscopy." R.J.C. McLean, Canadian Society of Microbiologists
"The chapters in this Vol. II are well written and contain a wealth of information....Overall, this book gives a good overview of the various aspects of fluorescence microscopy and would be an appropriate text to use as an introduction to this broad field." Myriam Belanger, CSM Newsletter
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Book Description Cambridge University Press, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0521410886