Diagnostics of liquid properties by the example of bioorganic solutions

Alexander N. Malov
Department of Medical and Biological Physics, Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia

Anna V. Neupokoeva (Login required)
Department of Medical and Biological Physics, Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia

Alexandra Sambyalova
Department of Medical and Biological Physics, Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia


Paper #2889 received 2016.01.08; revised manuscript received 2016.03.02; accepted for publication 2016.03.09; published online 2016.03.30.

DOI: 10.18287/JBPE16.02.010304

Abstract

Two methods of monitoring the structure modifications of protein solutions are considered: using the speckle patterns in real time and using crystallograms. It is shown that the proposed methods of image processing correlate with each other and allow the tracing of the qualitative structure modifications.

Keywords

speckle; crystallogram; image processing; contour; structure monitoring; autocorrelation

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