Fluorescence continues to play an increasingly important role in both life science research and clinical practice. Applications range from the use of genetically encoded fluorescent proteins for imaging to tagging of DNA fragments for genome analysis, and direct diagnosis of cancer, dental caries, and other diseases. This webcast explores the physics of fluorescence and technologies currently used in fluorescence instrumentation. It also reveals how fluorescence processes can be exploited via direct detection, spectroscopic analysis, and time-resolved measurements. Throughout the presentation, Prof. Girkin will provide practical instrumentation ideas demonstrating technology developments that make fluorescence an indispensable tool. He will illustrate each section with real life-science and clinical applications.
Join us for this webcast sponsored by Applied Scientific Instrumentation, Inc. and Semrock.