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Five-color STED with a single depletion laser and fluorescence lifetime phasor separation


Date: Thursday, October 13th 2022
Time: 3pm London, 4pm Berlin, 6pm Dubai

Using a single depletion laser avoids laser misalignment and bleaching issues during stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy but limits the available fluorophores for use. Imaging with five fluorochromes using one depletion laser is possible using a fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM)-STED approach to separate dyes with similar emission spectra but different lifetimes.

In this webinar, you with discover:

  • The benefits and limitations of using a single depletion laser in STED microscopy
  • How using a FLIM-STED approach overcomes issues of misalignment and bleaching
  • Five-color FLIM-STED imaging using a single depletion laser
  • The possibilities of eight-color FLIM-STED using a single depletion laser
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Mariano Gonzalez Pisfil
FLIM expert
Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München

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