QI: Publication Ted Young in Nature Methods

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The researchers developed single-image fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (siFLIMIM), a method for acquiring quantitative lifetime images from a single exposure. siFLIMIM takes advantage of a new generation of dedicated cameras that simultaneously record two 180°-phase-shifted images, and it allows for video-rate lifetime imaging with minimal phototoxicity and bleaching. siFLIMIM is also inherently immune to artifacts stemming from rapid cellular movements and signal transients.