?信噪比 > 50
?发射光谱 < 0.1nm, 信号集中, 可实现多重激光，同时检测多个靶点
This project is among the first equipment to achieve laser emission in biological samples. It can observe DNA amount or structure changes in the nucleus of cancer and pre-cancerous cells, providing functional evidence beyond morphological changes in pathology samples in basic research and clinical diagnosis. Laser emission has unique advantages over fluorescence, including narrow linewidth, threshold behavior, and strong intensity, leading to ultrasensitive detection, superior image contrast, and higher spectral/spatial resolution.
?Signal-to-noise ratio > 50
?Emission bandwidth < 0.1 nm, intense signal and easy to multiplex
?Similar procedures as currently used in clinics but significantly less time
?No post-processing needed, objective and accurate
When used in clinical pathology, laser emission based microscopy could be used for quick diagnosis of surgical margins during surgery, conformational diagnosis of difficult or borderline cases, identification of pre-cancerous cells and oncology risk prediction.