Light across the channel: The utility of time-resolved fluorescence imaging as a detection modality for microfluidic systems has been extended by a study of DNA–dye binding interactions. The combination of time-resolved fluorescence imaging and continuous-flow microfluidics provides a powerful route to the resolution and quantification of multistate biological systems with precise spatial and temporal reaction control.
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