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Thermal stability improvement of the optical probe which uses LEDs as an optical source

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We improved thermal stability of an optical probe for near-infrared (NIR) fluorescence signal detection with a new liquid circulation module. From a measurement of temperature variation of the optical probe, we could confirm that the optical probe has thermal stability with a standard deviation of 2.19 °C under room temperature condition. We expect that an optical noise and signal decrease which can bring on by thermal problem in the optical probe decreased effectively in the optical probe.

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