A Biologist’s Guide to Choosing Your Fluorophore Palette

September 1, 2016 Alex Chen

You may notice that nature is full of vibrant, even fluorescent, colors. The human eye detects wavelengths ranging from 390-700 nm and our perception of colors is actually a narrow part of the light spectrum. Other organisms can detect color from a wider spectrum. Why do colors exist? Arguably, colors are communicative, from tropical fish […]

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