Hyperspectral Imaging Applications:
Resonon's benchtop hyperspectral scanning systems are specifically designed for easy and quick data acquisition in the laboratory. Our systems have been used extensively in biological and medical applications, including wound analysis, fluorescence microscopy, and cell biology.
Wound healing data obtained with a Resonon hyperspectral imaging system.
Fluorescent dyes imaged with a Resonon hyperspectral scanning system.
D. Allen, Hyperspectral Imaging: Shedding New Light on Wound Healing, NIST Physical Measurement Laboratory Sensor Science Division website, http://www.nist.gov/pml/div685/hyperspectral.cfm (2012). Click here to view the article.
Resonon Whitepaper: Hyperspectral Imaging of Fluorescent Dyes. Click here to view the paper.
L. Polerecky, A. Bissett, M. Al-Najjar, P. Faerber, H. Osmers, P.A. Suci,P. Stoodley, and D. de Beer, Modular spectral imaging system for discrimination of pigments in cells and microbial communities, Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75:3, 758-771, 2009.
M. Kühl and L. Polerecky, Functional and structural imaging of phototrophic microbial communities and symbioses, Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 53, 99-118, 2008.
A. Bachar, L. Polerecky, J.P. Fischer, K. Vamvakopoulos, D. de Beer, and H.M. Jonkers, Two-dimensional mapping of photopigment distribution and activity of Chloroflexus-like bacteria in a hypersaline microbial mat, FEMS Microbial Ecology, 65, 434-448, 2008.
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