Impact of laser excitation intensity on deep UV fluorescence detection in microchip electrophoresis.

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A high intensity 266 nm continuous wave (cw-) laser developed for material processing was utilised as an excitation source for sensitive native fluorescence detection of unlabelled compounds in MCE. This 120 mW laser was attached via an optical fibre into a commercial epifluorescence microscope. With this MCE set-up we evaluated the impact of laser power on… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/elps.200800179

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@article{Schulze2008ImpactOL, title={Impact of laser excitation intensity on deep UV fluorescence detection in microchip electrophoresis.}, author={Philipp Schulze and Martin Ludwig and Detlev Belder}, journal={Electrophoresis}, year={2008}, volume={29 24}, pages={4894-9} }