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Stokes shift spectroscopic analysis of multifluorophores for human cancer detection in breast and prostate tissues
Journal of Biomedical Optics
Stokes shift spectroscopy (S3) offers a novel and simpler way to rapidly recognize spectral fingerprints of multiple fluorophores in complex media such as in tissue. This spectroscopic technique can be used as an effective approach to detect cancer in tissue. The alterations of the measured S3 spectra between cancerous and normal tissues were observed in human breast and prostate samples. In order to obtain the optimal Stokes shift interval, Δλ i , for the purpose of breast/prostate cancerdoi:10.1117/1.jbo.18.1.017005 pmid:23296086 fatcat:hyyc7u7axndavldqwzpterwibq