Time-resolved microscopy for imaging lanthanide luminescence in living cells.


Time-resolved luminescence (TRL) microscopy can image signals from lanthanide coordination complexes or other probes with long emission lifetimes, thereby eliminating short-lifetime (<100 ns) autofluorescence background from biological specimens. However, lanthanide complexes emit far fewer photons per unit time than conventional fluorescent probes, making… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cyto.a.20964



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