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15-Nov-2008Multiplexed FRET to Image Multiple Signaling Events in Live CellsGrant, DM; Zhang, W; McGhee, EJ; Bunney, TD; Talbot, CB, et al
22-Oct-2015High speed sCMOS-based oblique plane microscopy applied to the study of calcium dynamics in cardiac myocytesSikkel, MB; Kumar, S; Maioli, V; Rowlands, C; Gordon, F, et al
10-Jan-2019Automated fluorescence lifetime imaging high content analysis of Förster resonance energy transfer between endogenously-labeled kinetochore proteins in live budding yeast cellsGuo, W; Kumar, S; Gorlitz, F; Garcia, EC; Alexandrov, Y, et al
1-Feb-2019Accelerating single molecule localisation microscopy through parallel processing on a high-performance computing clusterMunro, I; Garcia, EAC; Yan, M; Guldbrand, S; Kumar, S, et al
3-Jul-2006Microclusters of inhibitory killer immunoglobulin like receptor signaling at natural killer cell immunological synapsesTreanor, B; Lanigan, PMP; Kumar, S; Dunsby, C; Munro, I, et al
1-May-2013Automated fluorescence lifetime imaging plate reader and its application to Forster resonant energy transfer readout of Gag protein aggregationAlibhai, D; Kelly, DJ; Warren, S; Kumar, S; Margineau, A, et al
15-Jun-2017In vivo label-free mapping of the effect of a photosystem II inhibiting herbicide in plants using chlorophyll fluorescence lifetimeNoble, E; Kumar, S; Gorlitz, F; Stain, C; Dunsby, CW, et al
20-Apr-2016Visualising apoptosis in live zebrafish using fluorescence lifetime imaging with optical projection tomography to map FRET biosensor activity in space and timeFrench, PMW; Andrews, N; Dallman, M; Ramel, MC; Kumar, S, et al
15-Nov-2018Slice-illuminated optical projection tomographyFrench, P; Davis, S; Wisniewski, L; Kumar, S; Correia, T, et al
1-Sep-2014An automated multiwell plate reading film microscope for live cell autofluorescence lifetime assaysKelly, DJ; Warren, SC; Kumar, S; Lagarto, JL; Dyer, BT, et al