HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Principle and Applications of Low-Light time-resolved Imaging
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Microscopic and macroscopic investigations of delicate samples are challenging tasks in life science. In fact, during the last decade more and more sensitive detection systems have been evolved, but most of them still use high illumination intensities (> 1kW/cm2) that induce irreversible damages in living cells. For visualizing samples under stress-free conditions, minimal-invasive approaches are required. Recently, such an ultrasensitive and time-resolving acquisition system has been developed at the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology within a collaborative project (T-CAM4Life) funded by BMBF. Here, we present the principle and specifications of the latest generation of detection system based on positional sensitive photon-multipliers and single photon counting. Furthermore, we demonstrate selected examples for its use in several micro- and macroscopic applications.
Photonscore / Leibniz Inst. für Neurobiologie
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