This was realised by acquiring FLIM data of a reference dye solution rhodamine 6G in some of the plate wells and fitting the measured decay data to a monoexponential model in order to precisely determine the relative excitation time i. This information was combined with the measurement of a scattering sample to construct the IRF that is convolved with the exponential decay model to provide the function to which the experimental FLIM data is fitted.
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