Aug. 17, 2017Products
The novel rapidFLIM approach allows acquiring fluorescence lifetime images at high speeds by exploiting recent hardware developments.Depending on image size and sample brightness, more than 15 images can be acquired per second, allowing ...
Jun. 14, 2017Products
Highlights include a new green picosecond pulsed laser head, an expanded VisIR/VisUV laser platform line-up, and the FLIMbee galvo scanner add-on for the MicroTime 200
Jun. 01, 2017Applications
The rapidFLIM method exploits recent advances in Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) electronics, where ultra-short dead times allows for imaging fast, dynamic processes via Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM).
Mar. 17, 2017Products
Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) is a versatile microscopy method, which combines fluorescence lifetime information with spatial localization, enabling the investigation of biochemical and physical processes, detecting changes in the ...
Nov. 10, 2016Applications
The characterization of luminescent materials including their luminescence lifetime has played an important role in the field of material science, especially in chemical sensing. Interest in Phosphorescence Lifetime Imaging (PLIM) has been ...
Nov. 08, 2016Products
Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) is a versatile microscopy method where fluorescence lifetime information is combined with spatial localization, allowing investigating biochemical and physical processes, detecting changes in the local ...
Sep. 05, 2016Applications
Aug. 11, 2016Products
The rapidFLIM technique exploits recent advances in Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting electronics, where ultra short dead times allows for imaging dynamic processes via Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging.
Jul. 20, 2016News
Learn more about “Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging" and have a look at the on-demand version of the webinar Dr. Gerhard Holst, Head of Science & Research at PCO, presented on 28 June. Just click here to register!
Mar. 24, 2016Products
The University of Würzburg's Biocenter, the University of Göttingen and PicoQuant GmbH have enhanced Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) to label and visualize up to nine different cell structures simultaneously.
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