Large scale FLIM by optical sectioning of rat embryo. When the size matters.
Stored ions are typical examples for single photon sources that show an antibunched emission statistics. However if two stored ions are brought in an entangled state by simply measuring, interesting phenomena occur.
Confocal superresolution FLIM microscopy with a spinning disk unit
By using the metabolite NADH as an intrinsic marker for glycolysis, the dynamics of individual cells can be monitored and their interactions studied.
Metal induced energy transfer (MIET) is a nanoscopy technique to measure distances from fluorescent molecules to a metal film. Here we present MIET acquisition using wide-field and TIRF fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) equipped with LINCam.
Overcoming the challenge of multilabel imaging with lifetime chromophore separation.
Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) is a technique which uses the separation of different fluorescence decay times of fluorohpores to create an image contrast other than intensity in classical imaging.
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In more than 10 years the of work, the LINCam was developed at the imaging core facility of the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology in Magdeburg. In 2017, the original Developers Dr.-Ing. Werner Zuschratter, Dr.-Ing. Yury Prokazov and Evgeny Turbin founded the spin-off company Photonscore to further develop this novel quantum light sensor and make it commercial available to various labs, institutes and companies.
In 2017, Photonscore was awarded with the 1st price in the category “most innovative projects of applied research”.
2019, the jury for the German Innovation award selected Photonscore’s quantum dector among the 3 finalists in the start-up category.