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Selected Literature References

Section Overview:

The field of fluorescence microscopy is experiencing a renaissance with the introduction of new techniques such as confocal, multiphoton, deconvolution, and total internal reflection, especially when coupled to advances in chromophore and fluorophore technology. Green Fluorescence Protein is rapidly becoming a labeling method of choice for molecular and cellular biologists who can now explore biochemical events in living cells with natural fluorophores. Taken together, these and other important advances have propelled the visualization of living cells tagged with specific fluorescent probes into the mainstream of research in a wide spectrum of disciplines. The reference materials listed below were utilized in the construction of the fluorescence section of the Molecular Expressions Microscopy Primer.

Books

  • Molecular Fluorescence: Principles and Applications., Valeur B., Wiley-VCH, New York, 387 pages (2002).
  • Introduction to Fluorescence Spectroscopy., Sharma, A. and Schulman, S. G., Techniques in Analytical Chemistry Series, Wiley-Interscience (John Wiley and Sons, Inc.), New York, 173 pages (1999).
  • Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy., Lakowicz, J., Kluwer Academic and Plenum Publishers, New York, 698 pages (1999).
  • Fluorescence Spectroscopy: An Introduction for Biology and Medicine., Pesce, A. J., Rosen, C.-G., and Pasby, T. L., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 247 pages (1971).
  • Green Fluorescent Protein: Properties, Applications, and Protocols., Chalfie, M. and Kain, S. (editors), Wiley-Liss, New York, 385 pages (1998).
  • Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 5: Nonlinear and Two-Photon-Induced Fluorescence., Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, 544 pages (1997).
  • Analytical Use of Fluorescent Probes in Oncology., Kohen, E. and Hirschberg, J. (editors), NATO Advanced Science Institute Series A: Life Sciences Volume 286, Plenum Press, New York, 448 pages (1996).
  • Fluorescence Imaging Spectroscopy and Microscopy., Wang, X. and Herman, B. (editors), in Chemical Analysis, A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and its Applications, Volume 137, Winefordner, J. (editor), John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 483 pages (1996).
  • Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 4: Probe Design and Chemical Sensing., Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, 501 pages (1994).
  • Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 3: Biochemical Applications, Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, 390 pages (1992).
  • Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 1: Techniques., Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, 453 pages (1991).
  • Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 2: Principles., Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, 432 pages (1991).
  • Fluorescence Analysis in Ultraviolet Light., Radley, J. and Grant, J., Chapman and Hall, Limited, London, United Kingdom, 560 pages (1959).

Book Chapters and Review Articles

  • Introduction to fluorescence techniques., Haugland, R. P., Gregory, J., Spence, M. T. Z., Johnson, I., and Miller, E., in Handbook of Fluorescent Probes and Research Products., Molecular Probes, Inc., Eugene, Oregon, pages 1-6 (2002).
  • Looking into a living cell., van Borren, M., Brandy, N. R., Ravelsloot, J., and Westerhoff, H. v., in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Imaging and Probes: New Tools in Chemical, Physical, and Life Sciences., Kraayenhof, R., Visser, A. J. W. G., and Gerritsen, H. C. (editors), Springer, New York, pages 361-372 (2002).
  • Color produced by vibrations and rotations., Nassau, K., in The Physics and Chemistry of Color: The Fifteen Causes of Color., Wiley-Interscience (John Wiley and Sons), New York, pages 69-80 (2001).
  • New Trends in Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Applications to Chemical and Life Sciences., Valeur, B. and Brochon, J.-C. (editors), Springer, New York, Chapters 1-3, pages 1-60 (2001).
  • Intrinsic fluorescence of proteins., Eftink, M. R., in Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 6: Protein Fluorescence., Lakowicz, J. (editor), Plenum Press, New York, pages 1-16 (2000).
  • What is fluorescence?., Hibbs, A. R., in Confocal Microscopy for Biologists: An Intensive Introductory Course., BIOCON, Specialists in Confocal Microscopy, Victoria, Australia, pages 81-88 (2000).
  • Fluorescence., Goldstein, D. J., in Understanding the Light Microscope: A Computer-Aided Introduction, Academic Press, New York, pages 90-97 (1999).
  • Fundamentals of fluorescence., Herman, B., in Fluorescence Microscopy, 2nd Edition., series: Royal Microscopical Society Microscopy Handbooks, Volume 40, Bios Scientific Publishers, Oxford, United Kingdom, pages 1-14 (1998).
  • Fluorescence., Foster, B., in Optimizing Light Microscopy for Biological and Clinical Laboratories, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa, pages 72-78 (1997).
  • Atoms and light., Burnie, D., in Eyewitness Science: Light., DK Publishing, New York, pages 44-45 (1992).
  • Fluorescence: physics and chemistry., Rost, F., in Fluorescence Microscopy, Volume 1., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pages 11-34 (1992).
  • Photobleaching, photoactivation, and quenching., Rost., F. W. D., in Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy., Cambridge University Press, New York, pages 115-127 (1991).
  • Introduction to fluorescence., Ploem, J. S. and Tanke, H. J., in Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy., series: Royal Microscopical Society Microscopy Handbooks, Volume 10, Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, pages 1-4 (1987).
  • Background and physical principles., Pesce, A. J., Rosen, C.-G., and Pasby, T. L., in Fluorescence Spectroscopy: An Introduction for Biology and Medicine., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pages 1-36 (1971).
  • Interactions of light and matter., Slayter, E., in Optical Methods in Biology., Wiley-Interscience (John Wiley and Sons), New York, pages 119-152 (1970).

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