Two different fluorescence lifetime imaging systems were developed to be utilized as a diagnostic tool. One system utilized dye laser pumped by a nitrogen laser and a nanosecond gateable camera. The second system consisted of an intensified charge coupled device capable of a gate width of 200 ps and also a mode-locked lasers. It was observed that the new system exhibited a time resolution <50 ps and accuracy in lifetime measurement <100 ps.

Fluorescence lifetime imaging as a diagnostic tool

CUBEDDU, RINALDO;TARONI, PAOLA;VALENTINI, GIANLUCA;D'ANDREA, COSIMO;COMELLI, DANIELA
2001-01-01

Abstract

Two different fluorescence lifetime imaging systems were developed to be utilized as a diagnostic tool. One system utilized dye laser pumped by a nitrogen laser and a nanosecond gateable camera. The second system consisted of an intensified charge coupled device capable of a gate width of 200 ps and also a mode-locked lasers. It was observed that the new system exhibited a time resolution <50 ps and accuracy in lifetime measurement <100 ps.
Lasers and Electro-Optics, 2001. CLEO '01. Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Conference on
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