Two-dimensional spectrophotometry with high spatial and temporal resolution by digital video techniques and powerful computers

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A two-dimensional spectrophotometer having a spatial raster resolution of 512 × 512 picture elements with 256 grey levels and a time resolution of 30 images per min is assembled by combination of digital video techniques and a powerful computer system. The instrument is applied to the analysis of pattern formation processes in cytoplasmic media. © 1985.

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Müller, S. C., Plesser, T., & Hess, B. (1985). Two-dimensional spectrophotometry with high spatial and temporal resolution by digital video techniques and powerful computers. Analytical Biochemistry, 146(1), 125–133. https://doi.org/10.1016/0003-2697(85)90406-3

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