Characterization of SPAD Array for Multifocal High-Content Screening Applications
AbstractCurrent instruments used to detect specific protein-protein interactions in live cells for applications in high-content screening (HCS) are limited by the time required to measure the lifetime. Here, a 32 × 1 single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) array was explored as a detector for fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) in HCS. Device parameters and characterization results were interpreted in the context of the application to determine if the SPAD array could satisfy the requirements of HCS-FLIM. Fluorescence lifetime measurements were performed using a known fluorescence standard; and the recovered fluorescence lifetime matched literature reported values. The design of a theoretical 32 × 32 SPAD array was also considered as a detector for a multi-point confocal scanning microscope. View Full-Text
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Tsikouras, A.; Peronio, P.; Rech, I.; Hirmiz, N.; Deen, M.J.; Fang, Q. Characterization of SPAD Array for Multifocal High-Content Screening Applications. Photonics 2016, 3, 56.
Tsikouras A, Peronio P, Rech I, Hirmiz N, Deen MJ, Fang Q. Characterization of SPAD Array for Multifocal High-Content Screening Applications. Photonics. 2016; 3(4):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tsikouras, Anthony; Peronio, Pietro; Rech, Ivan; Hirmiz, Nehad; Deen, M. J.; Fang, Qiyin. 2016. "Characterization of SPAD Array for Multifocal High-Content Screening Applications." Photonics 3, no. 4: 56.
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