Optical Imaging of Cells with Gold Nanoparticle Clusters as Light Scattering Contrast Agents: A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Approach to the Modeling of Flow Cytometry Configurations

Stoyan Tanev, Wenbo Sun, James Pond, Valery Tuchin*, Vladimir Zharov

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Resumé

This chapter has two main objectives. First, to review a number of examples
illustrating the application of the FDTD approach to the modeling of some typical
light scattering configurations that could be associated with flow cytometry.
Second, to provide a thorough discussion of these new developments in advanced
cytometry research by pointing out potential new research directions. A brief
description of the FDTD method focusing on the features associated with its
application to modeling of light scattering and OPCM cell imaging experiments
is provided. The examples include light scattering from OPCM imaging of single
biological cells in conditions of controlled refractive index matching (RIM) and
labeling by diffused and clustered gold NPs. The chapter concludes with a
discussion and suggestions for future research.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAdvanced Optical Flow Cytometry : Methods and Disease Diagnoses
RedaktørerValery Tuchin
Udgivelses stedWeinheim, Germany
ForlagWiley-VCH
Publikationsdato2011
Sider35-62
Kapitel3
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-527-40934-1
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-527-63429-3
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2011

Fingeraftryk

cytometry
finite difference time domain method
light scattering
gold
nanoparticles
configurations
cells
suggestion
refractivity
scattering

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Tanev, S., Sun, W., Pond, J., Tuchin, V., & Zharov, V. (2011). Optical Imaging of Cells with Gold Nanoparticle Clusters as Light Scattering Contrast Agents: A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Approach to the Modeling of Flow Cytometry Configurations. I V. Tuchin (red.), Advanced Optical Flow Cytometry: Methods and Disease Diagnoses (s. 35-62). Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH. https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527634286.ch3
Tanev, Stoyan ; Sun, Wenbo ; Pond, James ; Tuchin, Valery ; Zharov, Vladimir. / Optical Imaging of Cells with Gold Nanoparticle Clusters as Light Scattering Contrast Agents : A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Approach to the Modeling of Flow Cytometry Configurations. Advanced Optical Flow Cytometry: Methods and Disease Diagnoses. red. / Valery Tuchin. Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH, 2011. s. 35-62
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Optical Imaging of Cells with Gold Nanoparticle Clusters as Light Scattering Contrast Agents : A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Approach to the Modeling of Flow Cytometry Configurations. / Tanev, Stoyan; Sun, Wenbo; Pond, James; Tuchin, Valery; Zharov, Vladimir.

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Tanev S, Sun W, Pond J, Tuchin V, Zharov V. Optical Imaging of Cells with Gold Nanoparticle Clusters as Light Scattering Contrast Agents: A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Approach to the Modeling of Flow Cytometry Configurations. I Tuchin V, red., Advanced Optical Flow Cytometry: Methods and Disease Diagnoses. Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH. 2011. s. 35-62 https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527634286.ch3