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In a 3D photonic crystal, the structural variation occurs in three dimensions, and the light is controlled in a volume. In a 2D structure the variation occurs in two dimensions and the light is controlled in a plane, which can be useful for many devices. Photonic crystals can be manufactured by microfabrication. Optical coherence Optical coherence tomography (OCT) offers high-resolution cross-sectional tomographic tomography imaging based on backscattered or back-reflected light. It has many uses, including biomedical applications.
Com Andor Technology develops and manufactures high-performance digital cameras that are widely used in biological applications, such as 4/5D microscopy, bioluminescent imaging, cell motility, chemiluminescent imaging, single-cell gel electrophoresis assay, fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH), immunofluorescence microscopy, ion-signalling microscopy, live cell confocal microscopy, single-molecule detection and total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy.
Theory Three critical elements are required for the initial photodynamic process to occur: light, oxygen and a photosensitiser, which is a chemical that can be activated by light. In PDT a photosensitiser or a metabolic precursor of a photosensitiser is administered to the patient. The tissue to be treated is exposed to light that will excite the photosensitiser. Usually, the photosensitiser is excited from a ground singlet state to an excited singlet state. It then undergoes intersystem crossing to a longer-lived excited triplet state.
Advances in Biophotonics by Pira International Ltd