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Fig. 2. From: Direct Monte Carlo computation of time-resolved fluorescence in heterogeneous turbid media.

(Color online) TRF curves calculated using the hFMC approach (red circles) with the aFMC (solid blue line) and the error, aFMC – hFMC (dash-dotted red line), for the same slab geometry as used in Fig. 1, with . Also shown is the hFMC calculation without the use of reduced absorption in Eq. (3) (black dotted line) and the corresponding error (dashed black line).

Anand T. N. Kumar. Opt Lett. ;37(22):4783-4785.
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Fig. 1. From: Direct Monte Carlo computation of time-resolved fluorescence in heterogeneous turbid media.

Error in lifetime recovered by fitting the hFMC approach [Eqs. (1),(3)] to the aFMC, for a slab model with a single fluorescent inclusion at the center (see text). The aFMC simulation assumed and a varying between 0.005 and 0.15 mm−1, and . For each { } pair, the hFMC approach used the mean values to fit for τn and .

Anand T. N. Kumar. Opt Lett. ;37(22):4783-4785.
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Fig. 3. From: Direct Monte Carlo computation of time-resolved fluorescence in heterogeneous turbid media.

(Color online) (a) Heterogeneous absorption map of a digitized mouse, with four brain regions assigned fluorophores with distinct lifetimes as indicated. (b) Representative TRF curves predicted by aFMC (solid blue) and hFMC (red dots) for a source S(x) and two detectors D1 and D2 (o) on the surface [E < 3% for all detectors (o) shown.]

Anand T. N. Kumar. Opt Lett. ;37(22):4783-4785.

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