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M179:Gillispie/TheTimeHasComeforFluorescenceLifetimeinHTS

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SBS2011 Posters(3 C)
The Market Place for Lab Automation & Screening  The Market Place
Gregory Gillispie, Kurt Petersen, Chad McCammon, Fluorescence Innovations, Inc. Anne Marie Quinn, Montana Molecular A novel technology for rapidly acquiring and comparing fluoescence decay waveforms is embodied in a plate reader and used to measure changes in FRET in live cells.  The data is compared to traditional fluorescence intensity measurements and shown to be far superior in terms of specificity and noise rejection while attaining read speeds as high as 25 wells per second.