Haishan Zeng

Shangyuan Feng3
Zufang Huang2
Hequn Wang2
3Shangyuan Feng
2Zufang Huang
2Hequn Wang
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BACKGROUND Previous studies have shown that Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-encoded latent membrane protein 1 (LMP1) is closely associated with the occurrence and development of nasopharyngeal carcinoma, and can be used as a tumor marker in screening for the disease. Here we report a new methodology based on highly specific and sensitive surface-enhanced Raman(More)
An integrated endoscopy system for simultaneous imaging and spectroscopy was developed to facilitate more accurate and convenient detection of early lung cancers. A specially designed three-CCD camera in combination with a dedicated light source permits capture of both white-light color images and tissue autofluorescence images without the need to switch(More)
The movement from the subjects during in vivo confocal Raman spectral measurements could change the measurement volume, leading to non-specific signals and inaccurate interpretation of the acquired spectrum. Here we introduce a generally applicable method that includes (1) developing a multimodal system to achieve real-time monitoring of every spectral(More)
Polarized surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy was applied for obtaining biochemical information about the seminal plasma. The effect of different laser polarizations (nonpolarized, linear-polarized, right-handed circularly polarized, and left-handed circularly polarized) on seminal plasma SERS spectroscopy was explored for the first time.(More)
The capability of saliva protein analysis, based on membrane protein purification and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS), for detecting benign and malignant breast tumors is presented in this paper. A total of 97 SERS spectra from purified saliva proteins were acquired from samples obtained from three groups: 33 healthy subjects; 33 patients with(More)
To simplify imaging focusing and calibration tasks, a laser-scanning microscope needs to scan ata moderate frame rate. The inertia of a galvanometric scanner leads to time delays when following external commands, which subsequently introduces image distortions that deteriorate as scan frequency increases. Sinusoidal and triangular waveforms were examined as(More)
We present a hand-held device aimed for reflectance-mode confocal imaging of biological tissues. The device consists of a light carrying optical fiber and a miniaturized raster scanner located at the distal end of the fiber. It is fabricated by mounting a polarization maintaining optical fiber on a cantilever beam that is attached to another beam such that(More)
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