Journal of Immunology Research / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Review Article

Novel Immune Microlens Imaging for Detection of Antigen and Antibody

Figure 1

Immune microsphere imaging in various solutions by the microlens. (a) Basic principle of immune microsphere imaging. Images of a microlens are shown in water with the wavelength 532 nm at 25°C (b), in water with the wavelength 532 nm at 37°C (c), in water with the wavelength 633 nm at 25°C (d), in ethanol with the wavelength 532 nm at 25°C (e), or in serum with the wavelength 633 nm at 37°C (f), respectively.
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