pFLIM - an analysis program for time-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) data
We have developed a highly accurate and efficient code for the analysis of time-domain FLIM data (‘‘pFLIM’’ for precision FLIM). Our analysis code accounts for all significant instrumental artifacts (e.g., the instrument response function (IRF) and spatially inhomogeneous background events) and is rigorously based on both conventional and novel statistics. The code is described in detail in the manuscript:
Precise measurement of protein interacting fractions with fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy, Walther et al., Mol. BioSyst., (2011), DOI: 10.1039/c0mb00132e
If you use the code in a publication, please cite the above manuscript.
The package contains pFLIM.ipf, pFLIM.xop (one for PC, one for MacOSX), and a pdf file with detailed instructions on how to use the program. It uses two other packages available from the IgorExchange website:
multiopenfiles - http://www.igorexchange.com/project/multiopenfiles
TabControl - http://www.igorexchange.com/project/ACL_tabcontrol
The program currently only reads in FLIM data in the PicoQuant .pt3 file format. This can, however, be changed by modifying the XOP accordingly. If you are interested, contact me and I will provide you with the source code.
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