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    Xfold imaging of tooth structures showed a distinguishable difference between hard (enamel, dentine) and soft tissue (pulp) of teeth. The high-resolution imaging provided detailed information about the predentin thickness and also the level of its attachment to the dentinal walls compared to histological images with glass slides. Moreover, the dentinal tubules, collagen structure and the cellular layer lining the predentin could be observed at high resolution providing important information that would be unable to detect with conventional histological imaging. Further, the ability to analyze the tissues without any staining is an added advantage. Xfold imaging of tooth structures opens a new window to the field of imaging soft and hard tissues in dentistry.

    No 1: Dr. SivaPrakash, Ghent University, Belgium

    Xfold slide produces a spectacular enhancement of fluorescence compared to normal imaging surfaces, with increased signal to noise ratio and excellent visualization of single virions. The increase in brightness is so high that even at the larger virus dilution, 1:100000, the Xfold slides can be easily used to detect even a single virus. ​

    Dr. Giuseppe Balistreri, ​ University of Helsinki ​