IR-A

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IR-ANear-Infrared
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He added that near-infrared therapy isn't related to sunlight exposure, since there isn't enough of the near-infrared spectrum in regular sunlight to have an effect.
The drugs are released when the biomarker lights up in response to the near-infrared light.
Feasibility of using near-infrared spectroscopy to diagnose testicular torsion: An experimental study in sheep.
Using this technology, Sugiyama and colleagues were able to detect near-infrared fluorescence from the stem cells as they moved to and incorporated themselves into the area around the injured area of the brain.
The development of these specialized near-infrared LED light ring assemblies requires a combination of technical expertise with infrared LED technology, as well as advanced application experience in designing LED assemblies for specialized uses such as security cameras.
In the mid-1980s, work carried out at the Center of Process Analytical Chemistry (CPAC) at the University of Washington indicated that the near-infrared spectrum was useful for the analysis of hydrocarbon-based mixtures.
The Infrascanner detects hematomas based on the differential near-infrared light absorption of hemoglobin in the bleeding versus the nonbleeding area of the brain.
This structure is visible when exposed to near-infrared light.
Established in 2003, the Karl Norris Award recognizes outstanding achievements in near-infrared technology.
Aladdin systems for commingled post-consumer plastic containers use optical color and near-infrared sensors to segregate whole bottles of any resin and/or color: PET, HDPE, PVC, PP, PS, etc.
Using carbon nanotubes and near-infrared light, they have developed a new non-invasive laser therapy treatment for killing cancer cells.
A near-infrared testing system was installed, allowing operators to obtain the fingerprint of a raw material in seconds.
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