Visualize dynamic processes with ultra fast FLIM imaging and outstanding 10 ps time resolution
Interested in ultra fast FLIM imaging with 10 ps time resolution? Try PicoQuant’s rapidFLIMHiRes
approach, which redefines Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) by combining fast data acquisition with a 10 ps time resolution for reliable, quantitative analysis. Increased data acquisition speed without sacrifices in lifetime resolution allows studying fast processes such as protein interactions, fast changes in environmental parameters, metabolic imaging, or high throughput FLIM screening.
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and upcoming webinar
for more insights into rapidFLIMHiRes
is available for PicoQuants's LSM Upgrade Kits and as a special configuration for the time-resolved fluorescence micrsocope MicroTime 200.
Join our webinar about rapidFLIMHiRes on October 1, 2020 to learn more about this exciting imaging method. PicoQuant's application specialist Maria Loidolt-Krüger will showcase the latest hardware and software developments that allow for rapidFLIM data acquisition and quantitative data analysis. Learn how this method can help you in visualizing dynamic processes in cells or tissues.
Free white paper: “Visualize dynamic processes with rapidFLIMHiRes, the ultra fast FLIM imaging method with outstanding time resolution”. The white paper provides an outline of the general principles underlying rapidFLIMHiRes as well as a series of application examples highlighting the usefulness of this method. A quick run-down of the hardware requirements for implementing rapidFLIMHiRes rounds this application note out.
Intracellular Ca2+ signals induced by mechanical stimulation of HEK-cells loaded with Oregon-Green-Bapta-1. In this video, the top two cells were mechanically stimulated which leads to a change in fluorescence lifetime.
Sample and data courtesy of M.Sc. Jan Meyer and Prof. Dr. Christine R. Rose (Institut fuer Neurobiologie, HHU Duesseldorf)
Monitoring changes in membrane tension with rapidFLIMHiRes in MDCK cells undergoing osmotic shock. The cell membranes contain a fluorescent tension reporting probe (FliptR). Upon undergoing osmotic shock, a rapid reduction in fluorescence lifetime of Flipper-TR® can be observed.
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