Case Study

Chemiluminescence Imaging Of Plants Using A Deep Cooled CCD

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Chemiluminescence imaging combines the sensitive detection of chemiluminescence with the ability to locate and quantify the light emission. It requires high sensitivity combined with long exposure times in order to be able to detect the few photons emitted by the chemical reaction of interest with the living organisms. In a study of the circadian rhythm in plants, a deep cooled CCD camera was used with long exposure time to ensure excellent image quality. Download the case study for the full story.

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