Pekka Hänninen

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New separation-free assay methods for the rapid detection of influenza A and B virus antigens are presented. The methods employ dry-chemistry reagents and the recently developed two-photon excitation (TPX) fluorescence detection technology. According to the assay scheme, virus antigens are sandwiched by capture antibody onto polymer microspheres and(More)
—A central characteristic of soil in the arctic is its load bearing capacity since that property influences forest harvester mobility, flooding dynamics and infrastructure potential. The hydraulic conductivity has the greatest dynamical influence to bearing capacity and hence is essential to measure or estimate. In addition, the arctic soil type information(More)
Besides the typical short-lived fluorescence with decay times in the nanosecond range, colloidal II/VI semiconductor nanoparticles dispersed in buffer also possess a long-lived fluorescence component with decay times in the microsecond range. Here, the signal intensity of the long-lived luminescence at microsecond range is shown to increase 1,000-fold for(More)
To elucidate processes in the osteoclastic bone resorption, visualise resorption and related actin reorganisation, a combination of imaging technologies and an applicable in vitro model is needed. Nanosized bone powder from matching species is deposited on any biocompatible surface in order to form a thin, translucent, smooth and elastic representation of(More)
Water permeability is a key concept when estimating load bearing capacity, mobility and infrastructure potential of a terrain. Northern sub-arctic areas have rather similar dominant soil types and thus prediction methods successful at Northern Finland may generalize to other arctic areas. In this paper we have predicted water permeability using publicly(More)
Automated analysis of microscope images is necessitated by the increased need for high-resolution follow up of events in time. Manually finding the right images to be analyzed, or eliminated from data analysis are common day-to-day problems in microscopy research today, and the constantly growing size of image datasets does not help the matter. We propose a(More)
In this Article, the PyImageQualityRanking software source code has been omitted from the Methods section under subheading 'Image Quality Ranking Software'. It should read: " The PyImageQualityRanking software's source code can be downloaded from https://bitbucket.org/sakoho81/ pyimagequalityranking/. The software is distributed as a standard Python(More)
The new generation 32 bit signal processing chips have architectural features that make them suitable for image processing purposes. Although the speed of a processor board with one PE does not meet the requirements of real time imaging , with some additional circuitry it is possible to construct such a board. In this paper we present a fast parallel(More)
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