1 September 2005 Toward the clinical application of time-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging
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High-speed (video-rate) fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) through a flexible endoscope is reported based on gated optical image intensifier technology. The optimization and potential application of FLIM to tissue autofluorescence for clinical applications are discussed.
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Ian H. Munro, Ian H. Munro, James A. McGinty, James A. McGinty, Neil P. Galletly, Neil P. Galletly, Jose Requejo-Isidro, Jose Requejo-Isidro, Peter M. P. Lanigan, Peter M. P. Lanigan, Daniel S. Elson, Daniel S. Elson, Christopher W. Dunsby, Christopher W. Dunsby, Mark A.A. Neil, Mark A.A. Neil, M. John Lever, M. John Lever, Gordon W. H. Stamp, Gordon W. H. Stamp, Paul M.W. French, Paul M.W. French, } "Toward the clinical application of time-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging," Journal of Biomedical Optics 10(5), 051403 (1 September 2005). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2102807 . Submission:
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