We have analysed an endometrial tissue fluorescence excitation spectra with a purpose to determine the characteristic wavelength of excitation for multiwavelength diagnostics of tissue. Fluorescence excitation-emission matrices from 200 to 500 nm excitation and 200 to 800 nm emission were measured as a supplementary data for previous measurements to unambiguously characterize biochemicals quantitatively in endometrial tissue.
Proceedings of SPIE: proceedings of 'A window on the laser medicine world,' the Annual Congress of the International Academy Laser Medicine and Surgery (Laser Florence 2003), Florence, Italy, 06-08 November 2003 / Leonardo Longo, Alfons G. Hofstetter, Mihail-Lucian Pascu and Wilhelm R. A. Waidelich (eds.),
Vol. 5610, pp. 83-86