Two-photon fluorescence spectroscopy for identification of healthy and malignant biological tissues
Xu, Ming G., Gu, Min, Thompson, Erik W., & Williams, Elizabeth D. (2000) Two-photon fluorescence spectroscopy for identification of healthy and malignant biological tissues. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, San Jose, CA, pp. 249-254.
Two-photon fluorescence spectroscopy has been performed on rat skeletal muscles to investigate the effect of fixation processes on the micro-environments of the endogenous fluorophors in rat skeletal muscles. The two-photon fluorescence spectra measured for different fixation periods show a differential among those samples that were fixed in water, formalin and methanol, respectively. The results imply that two-photon fluorescence spectroscopy can be a potential technique for identification of healthy and malignant biological tissues.
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