Over the last decade, fluorescence has become the dominant tool in biotechnology and medical imaging. These exciting advances have been underpinned by the advances in time-resolved techniques and instrumentation, probe design, chemical / biochemical sensing, coupled with our furthered knowledge in biology. Complementary volumes 9 and 10, Advanced Concepts of Fluorescence Sensing: Small Molecule Sensing and Advanced Concepts of Fluorescence Sensing: Macromolecular Sensing, aim to summarize the current state of the art in fluorescent sensing. For this reason, Drs. Geddes and Lakowicz have invited chapters, encompassing a broad range of fluorescence sensing techniques. Some chapters deal with small molecule sensors, such as for anions, cations, and CO2, while others summarize recent advances in protein-based and macromolecular sensors. The Editors have, however, not included DNA or RNA based sensing in this volume, as this were reviewed in Volume 7 and is to be the subject of a more detailed volume in the near future.
|Title of host publication||Advanced Concepts in Fluorescence Sensing|
|Place of Publication||Berlin, Germany|
|Number of pages||43|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Name||Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy|
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Mills, A., Hodgen, S., Geddes, C. D. (Ed.), & Lakowicz, J. R. (Ed.) (2005). Fluorescent carbon dioxide indicators. In Advanced Concepts in Fluorescence Sensing (9 ed., Vol. 9, pp. 119-162). (Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy). Berlin, Germany: Springer.