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flim

(flɪm)
n
(Currencies) dialect Northern English a five-pound note
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They used it to observe the metabolic processes inside a whole tumor in a live mouse, a feat that isn't possible with current FLIM systems.
When imaging thick samples, time-gated FLIM is hampered by the effect of out-of-focus fluorescence that reduces the fluorescence lifetime contrast and results in incorrect fluorescence lifetime values [9].
In contrast to FLIM, which focuses on greater areas of tissue, confocal microscopy is a single-point measurement (about 0.5 mm in this case) with a high sensitivity, Maitland says.
As the needs for high frame frequency and highresolution microscopy increase, the low-cost advantage of frequency modulation FLIM becomes less dominant compared with that of temporal FLIM including time-gated FLIM and TCSPC.
Lori Anderson Moseman, author of many books of poetry and coordinator of the new Confluence series under Stockport Flats, will be reading from her book “All Steel,” published in 2012 by flim forum press.
His current flim 'Joker' is being produced by his wife Farah Khan and Akshay Kumar himself along with UTV.
Tickets can be purchased at the Brantford Arts Block, Jammit Music, The Beat Goes On, The Bookworm, Flim Flam Arts and Crafts Supplies, Green Heron Books, Stedman Bookstore at Laurier Brantford and at the door.
The single sheet of paper features a rough draft of the lyrics, including crossings out and a spelling error where "film" is written as "flim".
of Virginia) present fourteen chapters describing research into the various applications of fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) in biology and medicine.
With its 40-MHz pulse repetition rate, the instrument is also a suitable source of excitation for FLIM (fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy) experimentation.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: "The paramedic put burns dressings on the child and wrapped his wounds in cling flim to keep in the moisture.
Bert Jan Flim, Saving the Children: History of the Organized Effort to Rescue Jewish Children in the Netherlands, 1942-1945.