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Lambert Instruments has added the LIFA-X to its line of fluorescence lifetime imaging attachments. Suitable for long-lifetime imaging microscopy from 0.1 ns to 1 ms, it can be used for measuring reactive oxygen species in cells or oxygen concentrations using optodes. It can be attached to any wide-field fluorescence microscope and works in the homodyne frequency domain. Its high-frequency mode provides lifetime measurements in the 0 to 300-ns range, while the low-frequency mode delivers measurements in the 300-ns to 1-ms range.

Feb 2010

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