Light-scattering submicroscopic particles as highly fluorescent analogs and their use as tracer labels in clinical and biological applications.

@article{Yguerabide1998LightscatteringSP,
  title={Light-scattering submicroscopic particles as highly fluorescent analogs and their use as tracer labels in clinical and biological applications.},
  author={Juan Yguerabide and Evangelina E. Yguerabide},
  journal={Analytical biochemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={262 2},
  pages={157-76}
}
In a companion article we present the idea that submicroscopic light-scattering particles, such as gold and silver particles, can be used as fluorescent analog tracers in biological and clinical applications. The light-emitting power and scattered light color of the particles can be adjusted by changing particle composition or diameter. Using Rayleigh and Mie light-scattering theory, we calculated the absorbance and light-scattering properties and power of particles of different diameters and… CONTINUE READING

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