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FLUORESCENCE FILTER SETS

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2005
Semrock Inc.Request Info
 
FLUORESCENCE FILTER SETS Three BrightLine multiband “Pinkel” optical filter sets optimized for real-time analysis of living cells labeled with multiple fluorescent proteins have been introduced by Semrock Inc. The CFP/YFP-2×-A and GFP/DsRed-2×-A sets contain four filters -- two single-band exciters and a dual-band emitter and beamsplitter. The CFP/YFP/HcRed-3×-A set has five filters, three exciters and a triple-band emitter and beamsplitter. Made with an ion-beam-sputtered hard-coating technology and without adhesives in the optical path, they offer >90% average passband transmission, a clear aperture of >80% of transverse filter dimensions and blocking of OD >6.


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GLOSSARY
optical filter
A device with characteristics of selective transmittance, capable of passing a certain part of the electromagnetic spectrum while being opaque to the other portions. Means of producing filters varies considerably. Color filters (for the visual) usually consist of glass, gelatin or plastic containing dyes or pigments. Band pass filters are found in signal processing and are commonly fabricated via electronics and complex circuitry and are designed to pass and reject parts of the spectrum based...
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