Why is Maestro so highly sensitive for in vivo fluorescence imaging?
Maestro’s sensitivity is a result of its ability to effectively remove autofluorescence from the image, and its advanced algorithms that ensure accurate unmixing. The limiting factor for sensitivity for in vivo fluorescence detection in any wavelength regime is the interference from the ubiquitous tissue autofluorescence. Since autofluorescence emits at the same wavelengths as fluorophores of interest, it is necessary to separate, or unmix, the two, and in so doing, increase sensitivity.
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- Why is Maestro so highly sensitive for in vivo fluorescence imaging?