An old solid-state near-infrared time-correlated single photon counting instrument for dynamic

Legendre Jr., Benjamin L.; Williams, Daryl C.; Soper, Steven A.; Erdmann, Rainer; Ortmann, Uwe; Enderlein, Joerg
November 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov96, Vol. 67 Issue 11, p3984
Academic Journal
Presents a study that constructed a simple, all solid-state, time-correlated single photon counting device for collecting decay profiles of chromophores. DNA fragments moving through a capillary tube filled with a sieving gel under the influence of an applied electric field; Major components of the instrument.


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