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The orientational freedom of molecular probes. The orientation factor in intramolecular energy transfer.
The measurement of the efficiency of Förster long-range resonance energy transfer between donor (D) and acceptor (A) luminophores attached to the same macromolecular substrate can be used to estimateExpand
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Lateral diffusivity of lipid analogue excimeric probes in dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine bilayers.
The lateral mobility of pyrenyl phospholipid probes in dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) vesicles was determined from the dependence of the pyrene monomeric and excimeric fluorescence yields onExpand
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Zinc protoporphyrin level in blood determined by a portable hematofluorometer: a screening device for lead poisoning.
An inexpensive portable fluorometer has been designed which can be used to determine the concentration of zinc protoporphyrin (ZPP) in a drop of unprocessed blood deposited on a disposable glassExpand
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A milling crowd model for local and long-range obstructed lateral diffusion. Mobility of excimeric probes in the membrane of intact erythrocytes.
A new model for lateral diffusion, the milling crowd model (MC), is proposed and is used to derive the dependence of the monomeric and excimeric fluorescence yields of excimeric membrane probes onExpand
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A VARIABLE TEMPERATURE, U.V. LUMINESCENCE SPECTROGRAPH FOR SMALL SAMPLES
  • J. Eisinger
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Photochemistry and photobiology
  • 1 March 1969
Abstract— A variable temperature spectrometer suitable for recording phosphorescence, fluorescence and luminescence spectra is described. The instrument has been chiefly used for emissionExpand
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Behavioral indicators of lead neurotoxicity: Results of a clinical field survey
SummaryCentral nervous system dysfunction in workers occupationally exposed to lead was investigated by means of performance tests. The test scores of lead-exposed workers were compared with those ofExpand
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Fluorometry of turbid and absorbant samples and the membrane fluidity of intact erythrocytes.
In employing intrinsic or extrinsic fluorophores in the study of whole cells, or other strongly absorbant and/or scattering samples, the measured fluorescence intensity and polarization is seriouslyExpand
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Excited states of nucleotides in water at room temperature
Abstract The intersystem crossing yields and excited singlet state lifetimes of the common mononucleotides were estimated by the europium ion method. By comparing these results with low temperatureExpand
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