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Unformatted text preview: Preface The contributions to this volume are the result of presentations made at the 10th Conference on Methods and Applications of Fluorescence (MAF-10) that took place September 9–12, 2007, in Salzburg, Austria. The speakers at this conference were invited to submit their work for publication in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences , and many authors enthusiastically agreed to do so. This volume, the result of this endeavor, comprehensively presents the state of the art in fluorescence spectroscopy, in imaging, and in design of fluorescent probes. The topics of the contributed chapters range from high-throughput screening to fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and standardization; from various kinds of lifetime spectroscopies to fluorescent micro- and nanoparticles and upconverters; and from smart fluorescent labels to many biophysical and bioanalytical applications. In the 20 years of its existence, the MAF conference series has become the leading event in fluorescence. It is also fair to say that the MAF conferences have earned an excellentin fluorescence....
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