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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Complex dynamics, fluctuations, chaos, and fractals in biomedical photonics.
Bellingham, Wash., USA : SPIE, ©2004
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
V V Tuchin; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
|Description:||1 online resource (x, 222 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Development of a CCD-based optical fluorescence imaging system / Yuhua Li [and others] --
Voltage-sensitive fluorescence imaging on the heart surface / Alois K. Popp [and others] --
Temporal clustering analysis of cerebral blood flow activation maps measured by laser speckle contrast imaging / Zheng Wang and Qingming Luo --
Study of complex hemodynamic fluctuations in the human brain by simultaneous near-infrared spectro-imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging / Vladislav Y. Toronov [and others] --
Spatio-temporal analysis of the cerebral spontaneous oscillation / Jee H. Choi [and others] --
Investigation of flows with complex geometry using coherence domain tomography / Sergey G. Proskurin, Yonghong He, and Ruikang K. Wang --
Optical monitoring of complex dynamics of blood sedimentation and lymph flow in vessels / Valery V. Tuchin --
Speckle methods for investigation of temporal dynamics of blood microcirculation in oral cavity mucous membrane / Sergey S. Ulyanov [and others] --
Multimode dynamics of arterial blood pressure in healthy rats and its multifractal characterization / Alexey N. Pavlov [and others] --
A sensor-type application of a self-oscillating dynamic system with a fiber optic feedback line, including chemical sensors and biosensors / Emmanuel M. Rabinovich --
Study on optical measurement conditions for noninvasive blood glucose sensing / Kexin Xu [and others] --
On the origin of non-exponential fluorescence decays in enzyme-ligand complex / Jakub Wlodarczyk and Borys Kierdaszuk --
The influence of glucose upon the transport of light through the whole blood / Airat K. Amerov [and others] --
Rectifying transport of a mixture of Brownian particles on an asymmetric periodic optical potential / Graham Milne [and others] --
The stochastic model of F1-ATPase molecular motor functioning / Aleksandra F. Pogrebnaya, Yury M. Romanovsky, and Aleksander N. Tikhonov --
Light scattering application for quantitative estimation of apoptosis / Rostyslav O. Bilyy [and others] --
Diode laser diagnostics of heart and eye movements of Daphnia crawfish / Dmitry A. Usanov, Anatoli V. Skripal, and Andrey D. Usanov --
Study of the growth of fractal-like interfaces in porous media by use of the speckle-correlometric technique / Dmitry A. Zimnyakov, Pavel V. Zakharov, and Valery V. Tuchin --
Role of mass diffusion and water desorption on optical clearing of biological tissue immersed with the hyperosmotic agents / Ruikang K. Wang --
Analysis of biological chaotic rhythmes / Valery M. Anikin and Alexander F. Goloubentsev --
Nonlinear cellular dynamics of keratinocytes in normal and psoriatic epidermis under action of UV radiation / Mikhail M. Stolnitz, Boris A. Medvedev, and Tatyana V. Gribko --
Interaction of motor proteins of various types at melanosome redistribution in melanocytes under action of UV radiation / Mikhail M. Stolnitz and Alexey A. Kudryashov --
Optical controlling dynamic and fluctuation processes in ensemble of neurons at pulsed electrical excitation ex vivo / Garif G. Akchurin [and others] --
Suspension properties of whole blood and its components under glucose influence studied in patients with acute coronary syndrome / Lidia I. Malinova [and others] --
Noninvasive imaging of fluid dynamics with Doppler optical coherence tomography / Ruikang K. Wang --
Theoretical model on optical clearing of biological tissue with semipermeable chemical agents / Fujun Zhou and Ruikang K. Wang.
|Series Title:||Progress in biomedical optics and imaging, v. 5, no. 19.; Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. 5330.|
|Responsibility:||Valery V. Tuchin, chair/editor ; sponsored ... by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.|
- Imaging systems in medicine -- Congresses.
- Imaging systems in biology -- Congresses.
- Biosensors -- Technological innovations -- Congresses.
- Chemical detectors -- Technological innovations -- Congresses.
- Tissues -- Spectroscopic imaging -- Congresses.
- Spectroscopic imaging -- Congresses.
- Diagnostic Imaging -- Congresses.
- Biosensing Techniques -- Congresses.
- Fractals -- Congresses.
- Nonlinear Dynamics -- Congresses.
- Photons -- diagnostic use -- Congresses.
- Imaging systems in medicine
- Imaging systems in biology
- Chemical detectors
- Technological innovations
- Spectroscopic imaging