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Discrimination between normal and cancer cells by using spectral analysis of delayed luminescence.
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10.1063/1.1900317
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Intensity of DL as a function of time and emission wavelength (a) human fibroblasts (b) human melanoma cells.

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curves for the spectral components of human fibroblasts (HF) and human melanoma (HM) cell cultures. (◻) HF, , (∎) HM, , (▵) HF, , (▴) HM, , (◇) HF, , (◆) HM, . Markers are average values of five different samples; bars represent the standard deviations (where not reported, errors are smaller than marker size).

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Emission spectra of human fibroblast (HF) and human melanoma (HM) cells calculated averaging the actual spectra in two different time intervals. (white) HF, 10–50 μs; (dark grey) HM, 10–50 μs; (grey) HF, 10–50 ms (black); HM, 10–50 ms.

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Scitation: Discrimination between normal and cancer cells by using spectral analysis of delayed luminescence.
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/86/15/10.1063/1.1900317
10.1063/1.1900317
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