The human bone present a natural autofluorescence which is tipically induced by natural antibiotiscs absorbed by collagen and in part is due to phenomena not weel know and referred to an enigmatic endogenous fluophore. Is iintristing for us to see the autofluorescence in the various age of the observed samples.

Spatola, G., Roberto, M., Barone, R., Bonaventura, G., & Uzzo, M. (2017). Natural autofluorescence in archeological bone. In A.L. Aldo Gerbino (a cura di), Morfologia e Clinica - Studi in onore di Abdo Jurjus (pp. 54-56). Palermo : Plumelia Edizioni.

Natural autofluorescence in archeological bone

Giovanni Francesco Spatola;Roberto Miccichè;Rosario Barone;Giuseppe Bonaventura;Maria Laura Uzzo
2017

Abstract

The human bone present a natural autofluorescence which is tipically induced by natural antibiotiscs absorbed by collagen and in part is due to phenomena not weel know and referred to an enigmatic endogenous fluophore. Is iintristing for us to see the autofluorescence in the various age of the observed samples.
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Spatola, G., Roberto, M., Barone, R., Bonaventura, G., & Uzzo, M. (2017). Natural autofluorescence in archeological bone. In A.L. Aldo Gerbino (a cura di), Morfologia e Clinica - Studi in onore di Abdo Jurjus (pp. 54-56). Palermo : Plumelia Edizioni.
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