Diagnosis of oral tumors using light-induced autofluorescence spectra at multiple excitation wavelengths

@inproceedings{Zheng2001DiagnosisOO,
  title={Diagnosis of oral tumors using light-induced autofluorescence spectra at multiple excitation wavelengths},
  author={Wei Zheng and Malini Olivo and Khee Chee Soo},
  booktitle={International Symposium on Photonics and Applications},
  year={2001}
}
Fluorescence excitation-emission matrices (EEMs) were measured from normal and tumourous oral tissues in vitro using excitation wavelengths ranging from 220 to 500 nm. The prominent fluorescence excitation-emission peaks: (228 nm; 260/338/475 nm), (282 nm; 337/475/660 nm), (335 nm; 472 nm) and (465 nm, 523 nm) for normal tissues; (228 nm; 335/475/660 nm), (282 nm; 330/660 nm) and (350 nm; 460 nm) for tumour tissues, can be found in EEM maps, indicating the dominant fluorophores responsible for… CONTINUE READING

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