Part 1: Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy:
J.S. Ploem, Fluorescence Microscopy.
Part II: Optical Probes and Their Applications:
F.H. Kasten, Introduction to Fluorescent Probes: Properties, History, and Applications.
R.P. Haugland and I.D. Johnson, Intracellular Ion Indicators. V.L. Singer and R.P. Haugland, Fluorescent Imaging of Nucleic Acids and Protein in Gels.
Part III: Using Optical Probes in Cells - Practicalities, Problems, and Pitfalls:
D.N. Bowser, S.H. Cody, P.N. Dubbin, and D.A. Williams, Introducing and Calibrating Fluorescent Probes in Cells and Organelles.
F. Bobanovic, Electroporation: A Method for Introduction of Non-permeable Molecular Probes.
S.L. Shorte and S. Bolsover, Imaging Reality: Understanding Maps of Physiological Cell Signals Measured by Fluorescence Microscopy and Digital Imaging.
J. Hoyland, Fluorescent Probes in Practice - Potential Artifacts.
Part IV: Optical Probes for Specific Molecules, Organelles, and Cells:
A.V. Zelenin, Acridine Orange as a Probe for Molecular and Cell Biology.
J.W. Kok and D. Hoekstra, Fluorescent Lipid Analogues: Applications in Cell and Membrane Biology.
S.R. Adams, B.J. Bacskai, S.S. Taylor and R.Y. Tsien, Optical Probes for Cyclic AMP.
Part V: Technology for Qulaitative and Quantitative Detection of Optical Probes in Living Cells:
W.T. Mason, J. Dempster, J. Hoyland, T.J. McCann, B. Somasundaram and W. O'Brien, Quantitative Digital Imaging of Biological Activity in Living Cells with Ion-sensitive Fluorescent Probes.
J. Dempster, Fast Photomeric Measurements of Cell Function.