Program as of Thu Apr 20 03:03:12 PM CEST 2006

Sunday, April 9

15:00-20:30Registration (Esplanade hotel, Perth-Fremantle)
17:30-17:45Opening conference (Esplanade hotel, Perth-Fremantle)
17:45-18:45Opening session, plenary
 
SU-EV-PLEN
J.R. Warren & B.J. Marshall (Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology, 2005) A nobel experience [PDF] [invited]
A. Kusumi & T. Fujiwara (ICORP-JST, The Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University) Revealing cellular signaling nanosystems using single-molecule tracking [PDF] [invited]
18:45-19:0015 minute break
19:00-20:00Opening session (cont'd)
 
SU-EV2-PLEN
M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology) Nonlinear optical endoscopy: Coming of age [PDF] [invited]
A. Dubois & C. Boccara (ESPCI) Full-field optical coherence microscopy [PDF] [invited]
20:00-21:00Drinks and snacks

Monday, April 10

07:30-17:00Registration (Esplanade hotel, Perth-Fremantle)
08:30-10:15Plenary session
 
MO-MO-PLEN (Sirius room)
A.S. Yap & R.G. Ali & F.M. Helwani & A.D. Paterson & A.M. Shewan & J.A. Scott & S.J. Stehbens (Institute for Molecular Bioscience, The University of Queensland) Optical approaches to dissecting cooperativity between adhesion and cytoskeletal systems [PDF] [invited]
E. Ingerman & M.G.L. Gustafsson (University of California, San Francisco) Signal, noise and (ultra-high) resolution in nonlinear structured-illumination microscopy [PDF] [invited]
X.G. Gao (University of Washington) Luminescent quantum dots for cellular and molecular imaging [PDF] [invited]
10:15-10:50Coffee/tea break
10:50-12:30Parallel sessions
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-A Biological fluorescence I (Sirius room)
L. Kaestner & G. Jung & P. Lipp (Universität des Saarlandes) The impact of the subcellular localisation of fluorescence proteins on their photophysical properties [PDF]
T. Fujino & T. Fujima & T. Tahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Femtosecond/picosecond dynamics imaging using ultrafast time-resolved fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
A. Deniset & S. Lévêque-Fort & M.-P. Fontaine-Aupart & G. Roger & P. Georges (University of Paris XI Orsay) Time-resolved multiphoton multifocal fluorescence microscopy applied to early cancer diagnosis [PDF]
A. Esposito & C.P. Dohm & M. Bähr & H.C. Gerritsen & F.S. Wouters (European Neuroscience Institute - Göttingen) Image based screening and unsupervised fluorescence lifetime imaging [PDF]
H. Bhatta & E. Goldys & J. Ma (Macquarie University) Image and statistical analysis of fluorescence and fluorescence lifetime imaginge microscopy (FLIM) to characterize yeast strains [PDF]
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-B Nanotechniques and optical manipulation (Orion room)
S. Kawata (Osaka University and RIKEN) Metallic nano-rod array for nano-imaging [PDF] [invited]
K. König & I. Riemann & F. Stracke & R. Le Harzic (Fraunhofer-Institute-IBMT) Nanoprocessing with nanojoule near-infrared femtosecond laser pulses [PDF] [invited]
L. Sacconi & A. Masi & I. Tolic & C. Stringari & A. Arcangeli & F.S. Pavone (LENS, University of Florence) Cell manipulation by non-linear optical microscopy [PDF]
G. Knöner & B.E. Rolfe & J.H. Campbell & S. Parkin & N.R. Heckenberg & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop (The University of Queensland) Optical force microscopy on living cells [PDF]
S.J.W. Parkin & G. Knoener & T.A. Nieminen & N.R. Heckenberg & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop (University of Queensland) Torque about optical tweezers [PDF]
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation I (Abrolhos room)
R. Juskaitis & M.J. Booth & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Curiouser and curiouser: Do we really understand high NA objective lenses? [PDF]
F. Charrière & T. Colomb & P. Marquet & C. Depeursinge (EPFL, Imaging and Applied Optics Institute) digital holographic microscopy for complex pupil function evaluation of high NA microscope objectives [PDF]
P.R.T. Munro & G.H. Ho & P. Török (Imperial College London) Rigorous calculation of the effect of residual abberations on optical disk readout systems [PDF]
M. Schwertner & M.J. Booth & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Circularly modulated shearing - A new concept for wavefront sensing and phase contrast in microscopy [PDF]
M.J. Booth & M. Schwertner & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Adaptive optics for three-dimensional microscopy, optical data storage and micro-machining [PDF]
12:30-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:20Parallel sessions
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-A Biological fluorescence II (Sirius room)
Ch. Eggeling & A. Volkmer & C.A.M. Seidel (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart) Molecular photobleaching kinetics of Rhodamine 6G under the conditions of one- and two-photon induced confocal fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
K. Braeckmans & L. Peeters & K. Remaut & N.N. Sanders & S.C. De Smedt & J. Demeester (Ghent University) Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching with the confocal laser scanning microscope for mobility measurements in 3D samples [PDF]
R. Wolleschensky & M. Kempe & A. Dixon (Carl Zeiss Microimaging GmbH) Photobleaching and sensitivity of live cell imaging systems [PDF]
N.I. Smith & S. Iwanaga & K. Fujita & S. Kawata (Osaka University) Mechanisms and applications of femtosecond laser-induced Ca2+ elevation in living cells [PDF]
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-B Confocal, multi photon, single molecule (Orion room)
G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde) Increasing the resolvable depth in multi-photon laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
R.T. Borlinghaus (Leica Microsystems CMS) Lambda-square confocal imaging [PDF]
N. Opitz & T. Mitroshina & B. Oeke (Max-Planck-Institute for molecular Physiology) Improved single molecule detection sensitivity in confocal fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (CFCS) [PDF]
F. Chasles & B. Dubertret & A.C. Boccara (CNRS UPRA0005 / Université Pierre et Marie Curie) Full field optical sectioning and 3D localization of fluorescent particles using focal plane modulation [PDF]
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation II (Abrolhos room)
C. Depeursinge & F. Charrière & T. Colomb & J. Kühn & Y. Emery & E. Cuche & P. Marquet & B. Rappaz (EPFL, Imaging and Applied Optics Institute) digital holographic microscopy, a new 3d imaging technique [PDF]
Y.V. Kuznetsova & A. Neumann & S.R.J. Brueck (University of New Mexico) Imaging interferometric microscopy [PDF]
X.M. Goh & N.M. Dragomir & G.W. Baxter & K.A. Nugent & A. Roberts (University of Melbourne) Quantitative phase tomographic reconstruction of the refractive index profiles of optical fibres [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell & S.V. King & A. Libertun & R. Piestun & C. Preza (University of Colorado) Understanding the subtleties of DIC microscopy [PDF]
15:20-16:30Posters (Foyer 1st floor)
16:30-18:30Parallel sessions
16:30-18:30
MO-AF2-PAR-A New developments in (confocal) instrumentation (Sirius room)
R. Borlinghaus (Leica Microsystems CMS) Life on stage - News in advanced fluorescence [PDF]
B. Zimmermann & R. Engelmann (Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH) Flexible confocal imaging technologies for live cell investigation [PDF]
P. Delaney & W. McLaren & E. Murr & S. Thomas & M. Harris (Optiscan / Cabrini Monash University Dept Surgery) Applications of fluorescence confocal endomicroscopy in functional and molecular systems biologic imaging [PDF]
A. Masters (Coherent Inc) Advances in lasers for multiphoton excitation microscopy [PDF]
16:30-18:30
MO-AF2-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation III (Abrolhos room)
M. Roy & G. Cox & C.J.R. Sheppard & P. Hariharan (The University of Sydney) Low-coherence interference microscopy using switchable achromatic phase shifters [PDF] [invited]
T.R. Hillman & S.G. Adie & D.D. Sampson (University of Western Australia) Multiple scattering detection in optical coherence tomography utilising polarisation sensitivity and speckle statistics [PDF]
T. Colomb & F. Charrière & P. Marquet & C. Depeursinge (EPFL, Imaging and Applied Optics Institute) Full aberration compensation in digital holographic microscopy [PDF]
C. Chou & W.C. Kuo & H.J. Huang (Institute of Radiological Sciences, National Yang-Ming University) Low coherence polarized photon-pairs confocal tomography (LCPCT) in a scattering medium [PDF]
C. Chou & W.C. Kuo & H.J. Huang (Institute of Radiological Sciences, National Yang-Ming University) The reduction of the spherical aberration and scattering effect in a scattering medium with a low coherence polarized photon-pairs confocal microscopy [PDF]
19:00-20:00Making photons work, workshop Carl Zeiss [PDF] (Maritime Museum)
20:00-21:00Food, drinks, museum tour (courtesy of Carl Zeiss) (Maritime Museum)

Tuesday, April 11

08:30-10:15Plenary session
 
TU-MO-PLEN (Sirius room)
C.J.F. Van Noorden (Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam) Fluorogenic probes for visualization of enzyme activity in (living) cells and tissues [PDF] [invited]
D.M. Roth & G.W. Moseley & C. Pouton & D.A. Jans (MOnash Uni) Use of FRAP to study subnuclear targeting in living cells; The role of microtubules [PDF] [invited]
M. Dickinson & J. Lucitti & A. Forouhar & M. Liebling & S. Fraser & M. Gharib (Baylor College of Medicine) Dynamic imaging of fluid forces and heart motions in developing embryos [PDF] [invited]
10:15-10:50Coffee/Tea Break
10:50-12:30Parallel sessions
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-A Biological fluorescence III (Sirius room)
A. Ehlers & I. Riemann & K. König (Fraunhofer Institute of Biomedical Technology) Ultrashort and spectrally resolved multiphoton fluorescence lifetime measurements of human skin and hair in vivo [PDF]
A. Rück & F. Dolp & C. Hauser & C. Scalfi-Happ (Institut for Lasertechnologies in Medicine) SLIM: A new method to improve cell diagnosis [PDF]
P.R. Gudla & T. Takizawa & A.Z. Yee & D.P. McCullough & T. Misteli & S.J. Lockett (National Cancer Institute - Frederick / Scientific Applications International Corporation - Frederick) FILO: A method for unbiased and shape-independent spatial analysis of fish signals in interphase nuclei [PDF]
U. Ortmann & F. Koberling & B. Krämer & M. Wahl & M. Patting & P. Kapusta & A. Bülter & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH) Suppression of the zero emission peak through pulsed interleaved excitation (PIE) single pair FRET using a confocal microscope based on time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) [PDF]
U. Ortmann & F. Koberling & B. Krämer & M. Wahl & M. Patting & P. Kapusta & A. Bülter & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH) Fluorescence lifetime FRET for detection of dimerization of transcription factor proteins using an upgrade kit for confocal microscopes [PDF]
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-B Microscopy enabling techniques (Orion room)
G. McConnell & J.M. Girkin & S. Poland (University of Strathclyde) Rapid wavelength multiplexing of a white-light supercontinuum using a digital micromirror device for enhanced confocal fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
C. Coates & M. Catney & C. Seebacher & J. Pawley (Zoology Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison) Finally, some progress on an EM-CCD PMT-replacement for single-beam confocal! [PDF] [invited]
J. Posthumus (Toptica Photonics AG) Universal fiber laser for microscopy [PDF]
S. Neogy & J. Walter & C. Seebacher & R. Uhl (Ludwig Maximilian's University of Munich) A novel CCD-based dynamic slit confocal microscope [PDF]
R. Connally & J. Dayong & J. Piper (Physics Department, Macquarie University & Olympus Australia) The detection of rare organisms using time gated luminescence microscopy (TgM) [PDF]
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation IV, X-rays (Carnac room)
P. Török & P.R.T. Munro & P. Varga (Imperial College London) The effect of specimen tilt on focusing and imaging [PDF]
E.J. Grace (Imperial College London) Exotic illumination [PDF]
L.H. Schaefer & D. Schuster (Advanced Imaging Methodology Consultation) Structured illumination microscopy: improved spatial resolution using regularized inverse filtering [PDF]
E. Botcherby & R. Juskaitis & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Scanning two photon microscopy with extended depth of focus [PDF]
C.A. Larabell & M.A. Le Gros (University of California, San Francisco) X-ray tomography of whole cells at 50 nm resolution [PDF]
12:30-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:20Parallel sessions
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-A Tissue imaging I, tissue structures (Sirius room)
S.A. Dunlop & L.G.B. Tee & J. Rodger & C.E. King & L.D. Beazley (University of Western Australia) Recovery after injury to the central and peripheral nervous systems [PDF]
L. Prinzen & N. Deckers & W. Engels & D. Slaaf & M. van Zandvoort & C. Reutelingsperger (Maastricht University) Visualizing instable atherosclerotic plaques using quantum dots (QDs) [PDF]
L.G.B. Tee & J. O'Shea & P.E. van Eeden & T. Cheong & C. May-Lai & P.E. Rakoczy & L.D. Beazley & S.A. Dunlop (University of Western Australia) Retinal and choroidal vascular changes in a model of diabetic retinopathy [PDF]
R. Megens & K. Douma & W. Engels & D. Slaaf & M. van Zandvoort (Maastricht University) Two-photon laser scanning microscopy (TPLSM) for the imaging of wall structures in large arteries of rodents. [PDF]
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-B Novel biological imaging methods (Orion room)
C.-C. Wang & J.-Y. Lin & H.-C. Chen & C.-H. Lee (Graduate Institute of Physics, National Chung-Cheng University) Correlation between membrane ripples and underlying cytoskeletons of a living cell measured by non-interferometric widefield optical profilometry [PDF]
P. Lipp & G. Reither & L. Kaestner (Universität des Saarlandes) Optical recording of PKC-membrane interactions: the PKC pas-de-deux [PDF]
Y.-F. Chang & Y.-R. Chen & C.-H. Lee (Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica) Membrane fluctuations of a multiple-domain lipid vesicle measured by differential confocal microscopy [PDF]
B. Lucas & K. Remaut & K. Braeckmans & N.N. Sanders & S.C. De Smedt & J. Demeester (Ghent University) Studies on the intracellular release of genetic drugs from pharmaceutical carriers [PDF]
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation V (Carnac room)
C. Tjokro & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore) Monte Carlo phase space analysis of photon scattering in multi planes within a microscope system [PDF]
B.W. Murphy & D.D. Sampson (Electronic Engineering, University of Western Australia) Combining imaging and non-imaging modalities in tissue diagnostic research [PDF]
S.A. Alexandrov & T.R. Hillman & T. Gutzler & D.D. Sampson (The University of Western Australia) Quantifying microscopic morphology with fourier holographic spatially resolved angular scattering spectroscopy [PDF]
K.Y.T. Seet & P. Blazkiewicz & R. Vogal & S.R. Corrie & T.A. Nieminen & A.V. Zvyagin (University of Queensland) Refractometry for digital fourier microscopy [PDF]
15:20-15:50Coffee/Tea break
15:50-17:30Parallel sessions
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-A Tissue imaging II, live systems (Sirius room)
N. Klonis & Y. Fu & K. Jackson & L. Tilley (La Trobe University) Fluorescence microscopy analysis of microenvironments and protein dynamics in malaria parasite-infected erythrocytes [PDF]
R.G. White & D. Takemoto & A.R. Hardham (CSIRO Plant Industry) Confocal microscopy study of dynamic changes in subcellular organelles in response to locally applied pressure [PDF]
S. Wimmer-Kleikamp & P. Janes & C. Vearing & E. Nievergall & M. Lackmann (Department of Biochemistry, Monash University) Assembly of active Eph receptor signaling complexes in live cells [PDF]
P. Delaney & M. Harris & W. McLaren & E. Murr & S. Thomas & A. Polglase & F. Macrae (Optiscan / Cabrini Monash University Dept Surgery) In vivo fluorescence confocal endomicroscopy of the human gastrointestinal tract offers a high negative predictive value vs histology of biopsies [PDF]
F. Manconi & E.P.W. Kable & G.A. Thomas & I.S. Fraser (University of Sydney) Three dimensional vascular measurements reflecting angiogenesis in human endometrium using optical sections from Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope [PDF]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-B Various imaging modalities, fibre probes (Orion room)
C.L. Curl & C.J. Bellair & P.J. Harris & B.E. Allman & A. Roberts & K.A. Nugent & L.M.D. Delbridge (University of Melbourne) Volume measurements of single, viable cells using quantitative phase microscopy - A case study of erythrocyte morphology [PDF]
K. Fujita & M. Kobayashi & S. Kawano & S. Kawata (Osaka University) High-resolution laser fluorescence microscopy with saturated excitation [PDF]
J. Hofkens & H. Uji-i & A. Deres & J. Enderlein (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) Vizualising single molecule rotational diffusion by defocused wide field imaging [PDF]
F.J. Kao (Institute of Biophotonics, National Yang-Ming University) Time-resolved optical beam induced current imaging with the frequency domain technique [PDF]
S. Huntington & B. Gibson & J. Canning & K. Lyytikainen & J. Love & V. Steblina (Australian National University) Design and fabrication of high throughput optical fibre probes [PDF]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-C Calibration and quantitative analysis, reconstruction (Carnac room)
Y.Y. Cai & Y.Q. Guan & M. Opas & Y.T. Lee (Nanyang Technological University) Volumetric confocal image processing [PDF]
M. Ritter & S. Wessel & M. Hemmleb & A. Kranzmann & R. Wepf & H. Hohenberg (Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing) Geometrical 3D calibration of confocal microscopes [PDF]
J.M. Zwier & G.W.H. Wurpel & K. Jalink & L. Oomen & L. Brocks & G.J. Brakenhoff (University of Amsterdam) Intensity correction and normalization in fluorescence confocal microscopy with Sectioned Imaging Property charts or SIPcharts [PDF]
H. Wolinski & B. Heise & E.P. Klement & S.D. Kohlwein (University of Graz) Quantitative analysis of yeast subcellular structures [PDF]
P. Veranic & K. Jezernik (Institute of cell biology, Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana) Three dimensional reconstruction of cytokeratin network in umbrella cells [PDF]
17:45-22:00Conference Dinner (Fraser's Restaurant, King's Park)

Wednesday, April 12

09:00-10:40Parallel sessions
09:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-A Cancer cell/tissue imaging, clinical applications (Sirius room)
J.C.Y. Kah & M.C. Olivo & C.G.L. Lee & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore) Application of antibody-conjugated gold nanoparticles for optical molecular imaging of epithelial carcinoma cells [PDF]
K. Moin & M. Sameni & B. Linebaugh & D. Rudy & C. Tung & B.F. Sloane (Wayne State University School of Medicine) Optical imaging of tumor progression in living systems [PDF]
R. Cicchi & P. Carli & D. Massi & S. Sestini & D. Stampouli & F.S. Pavone (University of Florence) Multiphoton imaging of skin cancer: A focus on basal cell carcinoma [PDF]
Z. Zhuang & H. Liu & Z. Guo & S. Zhuo & X. Deng (School for Information and Optoelectronic Science & Engineering) Second-harmonic generation (SHG) in cells for prostate cancer detection [PDF]
S.-P. Tai & D.-B. Shieh & W.-J. Lee & C.-H. Yu & P.-C. Wu & Y. Wu & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University) Ex vivo and in vivo oral cancer diagnosis using backward-collected third harmonic generation biopsy [PDF]
09:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-B Novel labels and reporters (Orion room)
A.V. Zvyagin & J.S. Aaron & B.E. Rolfe & J.H. Campbell & T. Plakhotnik (The University of Queensland) Novel optical labels based on luminescent nanodiamonds for cellular imaging [PDF]
A. Salih & G. Cox & M. Matz (University of Sydney) Photoactivatable GFP-like chromoproteins from reef corals for in vivo imaging applications [PDF]
G.V. Los (Promega Corporation) A novel reporter technology for cell imaging [PDF]
W. Singer & U.J. Gibson & T.A. Nieminen & N.R. Heckenberg & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop (The University of Queensland) Using optical tweezers for protein crystal growth studies [PDF]
G. Zhou & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology) Adaptive compensation of spherical aberration for 3d photonic crystal fabrication in a high refractive index lithium niobate [PDF]
10:40-11:20Coffee/tea break
11:20-13:00Parallel sessions
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-A 2nd and 3rd harmonic biological imaging (Sirius room)
L. Sacconi & V. Nucciotti & V. Lombardi & G. Piazzesi & M. Olivotto & C. Tesi & F. Vanzi & F.S. Pavone (European Laboratory for non-linear Spectroscopy, University of Florence) Functional imaging of biological samples by second harmonic generation [PDF]
M. Banavar & E.P.W. Kable & F. Braet & X.M. Wang & M.D. Gorrell & G.C. Cox (University of Sydney) Development of quantitative assessment methods for collagen in liver fibrosis using second harmonic microscopy [PDF] [invited]
E.Y.S. Yew & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore) Vectorial approach to studying second harmonic generation in collagen using linearly and radially polarized beams [PDF]
K. Yoshiki & M. Hashimoto & T. Araki (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University) Second-harmonic-generation microscopy excited by polarization distribution controlled beam [PDF]
J. Chen & S. Zhuo & B. Yu & T. Luo & J. Zhao (School of Physics and OptoElectronics Technology) One-photon and two-photon excited autofluorescence and second harmonic generation from ex vivo human skin by femtosecond laser and visible laser irradiations [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-B Raman and CARS microscopy (Orion room)
A. Rück & S. Fulda & C. Hauser & A. Jauss & C. Scalfi-Happ (Institut for Lasertechnologies in Medicine) Confocal Raman microscopy for cell diagnosis of living cells [PDF]
K. Hamada & K. Fujita & M. Kobayashi & S. Kawata (Osaka Univerity) Fast Raman imaging of living HeLa cells by scanning slit confocal Raman microscopy [PDF]
A. Kovalev & P. Nandakumar & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart) Local characterization of intra- and extracellular lipids in live cells and tissue by multiplex CARS microspectroscopy [PDF]
A. Muschielok & M. Kovaleva & A. Kovalev & S. Busch & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart) Hyperspectal mapping of Chi_(3) from a single type I collagen fibril by CARS microscopy [PDF]
13:00-13:50Lunch break
13:50-14:40Plenary lecture and closing
 
WE-AF-PLEN (Sirius room)
C.J.R. Sheppard & G. Cox (National University of Singapore) Early developments on modern optical microscopy [PDF] [invited]
Closing reception, drinks

Poster session (Monday, April 10)

15:20-16:30Posters
 
POSTERS (Foyer 1st floor)
R. Cicchi & D. Massi & D. Stampouli & F.S. Pavone & D.D. Sampson (LENS and department of physics, University of Florence) Use of optical clearing agents in combined two photon / second harmonic generation imaging of human skin tissue [PDF]
J. Meagher & L. Filgueira & P. Clode & M. Sauders & R. Zellweger (University of Western Australia) Newport GreenTM DCF diacetate ester in use as a fluorescent probe for various metal ions taken up by invitro cultured human immune cells [PDF]
F.G. Wouterlood & J.A.M. Beliën (VU Medical Center Amsterdam, Dept Anatomy) Computer-assisted estimation of multimarker 'overlap' in individual nerve endings after confocal laser scanning image acquisition [PDF]
K. Hovnanyan & M. Hovnanyan (Institute of Molecular Biology of NAS RA) Ultrastructural imaging analysis of nucleus of species Entamoebidae family [PDF]
K. Savostyanova & N. Grefner & A. Vorobiyov & G. Savostyanov (I.M.Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry RAS) The computer model application for epithelium 3D reconstruction [PDF]
R. Fritsch & M. Muik & I. Derler & R. Schindl & H. Kahr & A. Derndl & C. Romanin (Johannes Kepler University Linz) Static and dynamic in vivo TRP channel interaction measurements as an application of confocal FRET microscopy [PDF]
Q. Li & S. Seeger (University of Zurich) Label free detection of single protein molecules using deep-UV fluorescence lifetime microscopy [PDF]
T. Nemoto & S. Ogata & T. Miki & S. Seino & H. Kasai (National Institute for Physiological Sciences) Role of Noc2 for zymogen granule exocytosis studied by flash photolysis of caged Ca2+ compound and multi-photon excitation microscopy [PDF]
G.M. Thurber & K.D. Wittrup (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Tumor targeting with anti-CEA antibodies and scFvs [PDF]
G. Sarvestani & R.D. Fraser & A. Fagan & R.J. Moore & P. Blumbergs (Adelaide University) Imaging the detail of nerve endings in intervertebral disc using an advance immuno-fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
S.-Y. Chiang & I.-F. Lin & Y.-Y. Lee & Y.-C. Lee & M.-F. Weng (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center) Application of confocal infrared microspectrscopy in the study of an embedded hemangioma tissue [PDF]
R. Maliba & A. Brkovic & P.E. Neagoe & L.R. Villeneuve & M.G. Sirois (Montreal Heart Institute- Research Center) P-selectin translocation is mediated by angiopoietins in bovine aortic endothelial cells (BAEC) [PDF]
J. Plasek & L. Hájková & J. Reischig (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague) Determination of membrane potential in individual cells using confocal microspectrofluorimetry [PDF]
S.P. Nighswander-Rempel & P.G. Parsons & H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop & P. Meredith (University of Queensland) Melanin autofluorescence in cancerous and normal melanocytes [PDF]
T. Davenport & N. Romond & B. Cavanagh & A. Ng & S. Andersen & N. Cameron & A. Meedeniya & A. Mackay-Sim (Griffith University) Fluorescence in-situ hybridisation and multiple labelling immunofluorescence for characterising cell transplants [PDF]
J.P. Wu & T.B. Kirk & M.H. Zheng (University of Western Australia) A 3D study on the collagen structure of articular cartilage with different physiological states [PDF]
L. Cole & E. Kable & M. Apperley (Nanostructural Analysis Network Organisation) Advanced light microscopy facilities and techniques at nano major national research facility [PDF]
C.-Q. Ye (School of materials science & engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai) Microstructure effect of Co-M-O granular TMR film [PDF]
B.R. Smith & T. Plakhotnik & M. Niebert & A.V. Zvyagin (The University of Queensland) Novel optical scattering labels based on diamond nanocrystals for cellular imaging [PDF]
C. Seebacher & S. Neogy & J. Walter & R. Uhl (BioImaging Zentrum der LMU München) Colibri, open source software for rapid laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
M.S. Leigh & J.J. Armstrong & A. Paduch & D.R. Hillman & P.R. Eastwood & D.D. Sampson (University of Western Australia) Quantitative upper airway imaging using anatomical optical coherence tomography [PDF]
K. Hoffmann & U. Resch-Genger & R. Nitschke (Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing) Fluorescence standards for the characterization of the performance of spectral scanning fluorescence microscopes [PDF]
M. Meichle (AutoQuant Imaging Inc.) Strategies for the blind deconvolution of 3D microscopy imagery with index-mismatch induced spherical aberration [PDF]
D.S.C. Biggs & C.L. Wang & T.J. Holmes & A. Khodjakov (AutoQuant Imaging, Inc.) Sub-pixel blind deconvolution of 3D optical microscope imagery [PDF]
H. Yoo & D. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Effects of aberration on stimulated emission depletion microsocpy [PDF]
R.A. Hoebe & C.H. van Oven & E.M. Manders (AMC, University of Amsterdam) Quantitative analysis of the reduction of photobleaching and phototoxicity in controlled light exposure microscopy (CLEM) [PDF]
M. Douderova & L. Bacakova & V. Stary (Czech Technical University in Prague) 3D evaluation of surface roughness using stereo images made in SEM - influence on osteoblast cell growth [PDF]
S. Hosseinabadi & A. Mortezaali & R. Jafari (Alzahra University-Tehran - Iran) Determining of rough glass surfaces morphology by optical scattering [PDF]
E. Rossinyol & J. Arbiol & G. Dezanneau & B. Tian & D. Zhao & L. Solovyov & F. Peiró & A. Cornet (University of Barcelona) 3-D Transmission electron microscopy reconstruction of a complex WO3 gyroidal KIT-6 structure [PDF]
L. Fu & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology) Use of a double-clad photonic crystal fibre coupler for compact nonlinear optical microscopy [PDF]
G. Vicidomini & M. Schneider & S. Krol & P. Bianchini & D. Mazza & R. Magrassi & P.P. Mondal & A. Diaspro (LAMBS-MicroSCoBio, DIFI, DISI University of Genoa) Nano-organized thin layers and SIPchart representation [PDF]
I. Testa & M. Faretta & S. Barozzi & F. Cella & V. Caorsi & F. Morotti & C. Usai & A. Diaspro (LAMBS-MicroSCoBio, Department of Physics, University of Genoa) Two-photon activation of PA-GFP [PDF]
A.C. Carson & C.B. Barnes (Del Mar Photonics) New ultrafast laser system based on the Chromium: Forsterite offers wavelength alternative to Ti:sapphire [PDF]
J.G. Murphy & E. Takano & E. van Eekelen (University of Western Australia) Techniques to reduce autofluorescence and improve detection of eYfp in transgenic mice [PDF]
D. Kang & H. Yoo & D. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Measurement of PSF in confocal self-interference microscopy [PDF]
S.W. Lee & D.G. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Improvement of axial resolution using frequency-domain field confinement in confocal microscopy [PDF]
G. Stanciu & B. Savu & D. Mohanta & A. Choudhury (University Politehnica of Bucharest) Scanning second-harmonic microscopy of a thin film of CdS:Mn semiconductor quantum dots embedded in a polymeric matrix [PDF]
T.J. Kim & D.G. Gweon (Korea Avanced Institute of Science and Technology) Development of in-vivo confocal scanning microscope for early stage human skin cancer diagnosis [PDF]
C.M. Blanca & V.J. Cemine & V.M. Sastine & B. Buenaobra & C. Saloma (National Institute of Physics) Optical thermography and failure analysis of integrated circuits using absorption and spectroreflectance microscopy [PDF]
V.A. Krakhmalev & A.A. Paiziev (Institute of Electronics, Uzbek Academy of Science) Noninvasive color visualization of blood cells [PDF]
J.-L. Lin & Y.-W. Chen & Y.-M. Xie & M. Li (Medical college of Shantou university) Cytosolic free calcium fluctuation mediates phagocytosis in mouse macrophages [PDF]