The fluorescence emission spectra and resonance light scattering (RLS) spectra were obtained on a RF-540 spectrofluorophotometer (Shimadzu, Kyoto, Japan).
Resonance light scattering (RLS) spectra of p(DMAEMA79-b-AZOM2) microspheres, BSA, and microspheres-BSA systems were obtained by simultaneously scanning the excitation and emission monochromators (Ai = 0 nm) from 300 to 600 nm.
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Therefore the expression "selective scattering" is synonymous with "resonance light scattering
." Resonance light scattering
has been widely observed in Raman scattering.
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Resonance light scattering
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A signal-generation technology called resonance light scattering
(RLS) can be applied to a wide variety of molecular assay formats.
On the other hand, recent reports point out that measurements of resonance light scattering
combined with absorbance leads to the determination of extinction coefficients of the fluorophores that form particles through self-assembly over the wavelength range measured in the scattering environment (16, 17).