Historically, researchers have been forced to investigate organismal function and malfunction by developing in vitro experimental models designed to mimic one mechanism or system. While in vitro work, bit by bit, has greatly improved our understanding of biology, it has been generally unable to capture the intricate interplay so vital to regulating function and homeostasis.
In vivo imaging represents a solution to that uncertainty. Made vastly more accessible by significant technological advances in recent years, in
vivo imaging gives scientists the ability to bridge the gap between
the petri dish and the animal model.
Download this eBook from Analytik Jena to find out more about:
  • In vivo imaging using the iBox® instrument series
  • The advantages and disadvantages of fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging
  • In vivo imaging applications
  • Spectrally optimizing in vivo imaging
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