Table of contents for Handbook of biological confocal microscopy / [edited by] James Pawley.
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Foundations of Confocal Scanned Imaging in Light Microscopy.- Fundamental Limits in Confocal Microscopy.- Quantitative Fluorescence Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM) The Pixilated Image.- Laser Sources for Confocal Microscopy.- Nonlaser Light Sources: Not Using Laser Light for Confocal Microscopy and How to Use Laser Light When It's All You Have.- Objective Lenses for Confocal Microscopy.- The Specimen Illumination Path and Its Effect on Image Quality.- The Intermediate Optical System of Laserscanning Confocal Microscopes.- Intermediate Optics in Nipkow Disk Microscopes.- The Role of the Pinhole in Confocal Imaging System Photon Detectors for Confocal Microscopy.- The Collection, Processing, and Display of Digital Threedimensional Images of Biological Specimens.- Visualization Systems for Multidimensional CLSM Images.- Mapping and Measuring Surfaces Using Relection Confocal Microscopy.- 22 additional articles.-Index.
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