Rapid acquisition, analysis, and display of fluorescence lifetime-resolved images for real-time

Schneider, Peter C.; Clegg, Robert M.
November 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov97, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p4107
Academic Journal
Discusses rapid acquisition, analysis and display of fluorescence lifetime-resolved images (FLI) for real-time applications. Fluorescence decay times of many chromophores; Focus on an FLI apparatus that is capable of acquiring, processing and displaying fluorescence lifetime-resolved images in quasi-real time.


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