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Microscopy: Forster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) Microscopy (Philippe Bastiaens)

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  1. Wulin Teo says:

    Good and clear presentation.

    I did have a question about the R0 equation.
    How did the constant of 9.7E2 being obtained?

    Other sources use other values.

    R0 = [2.8 E 17 × Κ2 × QD × ΕA × J(λ)]1/6 nanometers
    https://www.microscopyu.com/articles/fluorescence/fret/fretintro.html

    0.2108
    http://www.photobiology.info/Visser-Rolinski_files/Form28b.png

    8.8X10-28
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14595367

    2.11E-2
    http://www.olympusmicro.com/primer/techniques/fluorescence/fret/fretintro.html

    The equation is so confused.  Is it because of the different units usage? what is the unit in the equation of R0?

    Thanks!

  2. ChemB says:

    perfect explanation! not to much in detail (like mathematic claculations) but still enough infomation

  3. Lewis MacKenzie says:

    First time I've ever heard "Zepto" as a prefix. Very nice!

  4. Yahya Mohammadzadeh says:

    Very informative and comprehensive

  5. candy butler says:

    hello this video is the best

  6. BlackSkillex03 says:

    Sese

  7. Kawai Kowai says:

    Thank You sir!

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