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Electromagnetic theory of reverse waveguide evanescent field fluorescence (WEFF) microscope for a five layered cell - waveguide structure
Shabbo Saedi Mrs. * 1, Abdollah Hassanzade Dr.
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- Waveguide evanescent field fluorescence microscope can be used to image cell – waveguide contact regions. When a cell is attached to and spread on a waveguide surface, the cover region becomes a multilayer and is not a simple single – layer region any more. In this paper, the electromagnetic theory of guided waves in a planar waveguides with a multilayer cover region, which is a model for an attached cell, is investigated. Quantifies such as the excited fluorescence, background fluorescence and the distance of the cell from waveguide surface are analyzed.
Keywords: cell - waveguide structure, penetration depth, evanescent field, waveguide evanescent field microscope
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saedi S, hassanzade A. Electromagnetic theory of reverse waveguide evanescent field fluorescence (WEFF) microscope for a five layered cell - waveguide structure. ICOP & ICPET. 2015; 21 :565-568
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