Quantitative Light Induced Fluorescence (QLIF) is a technique that uses fluorescence spectroscopy to quantitatively measure the concentration of specific molecules or compounds in a sample. In healthcare, QLIF can be used to measure the concentration of various biomolecules, such as DNA, RNA, and proteins, in a variety of samples, including blood, urine, and tissue samples. This technique has potential applications in areas such as cancer diagnosis, disease monitoring, and drug development.
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