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Author: Xavier Michalet

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    • biochemistry: 771 (rank: 1,745 (tie) out of 10,694)
    • bioengineering: 524 (rank: 2,271 out of 6,965)
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FRETBursts: An Open Source Toolkit for Analysis of Freely-Diffusing Single-Molecule FRET

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A Novel Initiation Pathway in Escherichia Coli Transcription

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Optical crosstalk in SPAD arrays for high-throughput single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy

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Multispot single-molecule FRET: high-throughput analysis of freely diffusing molecules

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48-spot single-molecule FRET setup with periodic acceptor excitation

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High-throughput smFRET analysis of freely diffusing nucleic acid molecules and associated proteins

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In vitro and in vivo phasor analysis of stoichiometry and pharmacokinetics using short lifetime near-infrared dyes and time-gated imaging

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Single Photon, Time-Gated, Phasor-based Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Through Highly Scattering Medium

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Wide-field time-gated SPAD imager for phasor-based FLIM applications

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