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The technique starts by engineering a cell that can produce a light-emitting protein that was first obtained from glowing jellyfish. Flooding the resulting cells with weak blue light causes them to emit directed, green laser light. The work may have applications in improved microscope imaging and light-based therapies.
Laser light differs from normal light in that it is of a narrow band of colours, with the light waves all oscillating together in synchrony. Most modern forms use carefully engineered solid materials to produce lasers in everything from supermarket scanners to DVD players to industrial robots. The pair used green fluorescent protein (GFP) as the laser's "gain medium", where light amplification takes place. Welcome to Bruce Lindbloom's Web Site. EasyRGB - The inimitable RGB and COLOR search engine!
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CGAL - Computational Geometry Algorithms Library. Dr. Johnston's Bio. Educational Background: B.E.E.
(Electrical Engineering), 1968, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. M.S. (Dental Materials), 1971, Marquette University. Ph.D. (Dental Materials and Engineering Materials), 1983, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Research Interests: Chemical, physical and biological properties of dental biomaterials; Optical properties of esthetic biomaterials and the theoretical bases for determining optical characteristics; Mathematical modeling of properties of biomaterials; Optimization of chemical compositions; Research design.
Courses Taught (Director or Co-Director): Dentistry 6629; 8470; 8993 Dental Hygiene 3170 Publications: Click here to see my publications via PubMed. Please ignore all articles listed by the above PubMed link published in Br J Psychol, Cancer Res, or Am J Surg. Other publications not listed by PubMed: Dotrong MH, Johnston WM, Culbertson BM. Ragain JC, Johnston WM. Xie D, Culbertson BM, Johnston WM. Spectrophotometry: Basic Principles. Concepts A spectrophotometer is employed to measure the amount of light that a sample absorbs.
The instrument operates by passing a beam of light through a sample and measuring the intensity of light reaching a detector. The beam of light consists of a stream of photons, represented by the purple balls in the simulation shown below. When a photon encounters an analyte molecule (the analyte is the molecule being studied), there is a chance the analyte will absorb the photon. This absorption reduces the number of photons in the beam of light, thereby reducing the intensity of the light beam. You can visualize this process by running the simulation shown below. Roy Bern. Color Balancing Algorithms.