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Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Application Simplified... With the pco.flim

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Author: Dr. Gerhard Holst
Thursday, October 01, 2015
The pco.flim whitepaper gives an introduction in fluorescence lifetime imaging, if it is done in the frequency domain, with all the required background information. It is thought to refresh the knowledge about photo luminescence and how lifetime imaging is done in time domain and frequency domain. Further it describes the characteristics of the new frequency domain FLIM camera system pco.flim and how it can be efficiently applied.
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