Fluorescence is among the most captivating of all natural phenomena. It is also one of the most commonly utilized and versatile tools in life-science or biomedical researcher's toolbox, with visually stunning fluorescence micrographs dominating the cover of popular, highly-regarded peer-reviewed journals.
In modern life-science research, fluorescent probes are used to label all manner of molecules, cells, and tissues for a variety of applications including spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, FACS/Flow Cytometry,
and many others.
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To help our customers better understand these powerful tools, we have recently released a new series of articles in our resource section.
An Introduction to Fluorescence, Part 1 covers basic principles of fluorescence, and briefly discusses it's multitude of uses in the life-science and biomedical research sphere.
An Introduction to Fluorescence, Part 2 discusses how to choose a fluorescent probe for an upcoming experiment, and covers the most important criteria to consider.