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New NIR Fluorescent Proteins For Multicolor In Vivo Imaging

Near-infrared Fluorescent Proteins for Deeper Tissue Imaging
Biotechniques: 07/26/2013 Kelly Rae Chi
Newly developed near-infrared fluorescent proteins have the potential to allow deeper imaging in intact, living tissue. How do they work? Find out...       

Brown Adipose Tissue Metabolism Imaging by Cerenkov Luminescence

In Vivo Optical Imaging of Interscapular Brown Adipose Tissue with (18)F-FDG via Cerenkov Luminescence Imaging.

Zhang X, Kuo C, Moore A, Ran C.

PLoS One. 2013 Apr 24;8(4):e62007. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062007

NEW: PerkinElmer Intraoperative Open Air Fluorescence Imaging System

PerkinElmer Embarks with Blaze Bioscience on Innovative Translational Imaging Application to Significantly Improve Intraoperative Detection of Tumors

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Comprehensive Review of Transgenic Cancer Luciferase Reporter Mice

Illuminating Cancer Systems with Genetically Engineered Mouse Models and Coupled Luciferase Reporters In Vivo.

Kocher B, Piwnica-Worms D.

Cancer Discov. 2013 Apr 12. PMID:23585416 [Epub ahead of print]

New Video: The Basics of Optical Imaging Part 2: Kinetics and Animals

The Basics of Optical Imaging - Part 2: Kinetics and Animals

Take off to a great start, know the in vivo kinetics of your model and learn to select and image your mice for success.

New video: The basics of optical imaging part1: tissue optics

The Basics of Optical Imaging - Part 1 : Tissue Optics

This short video provides you with the fundamental knowledge of tissue optics, essential to successful in vivo optical imaging.

Imaging senescence and tumorigenesis in vivo

Monitoring tumorigenesis and senescence in vivo with a p16(INK4a)-luciferase model.
Burd CE, Sorrentino JA, Clark KS, Darr DB, Krishnamurthy J, Deal AM, Bardeesy N, Castrillon DH, Beach DH, Sharpless NE.

Cell. 2013 Jan 17;152(1-2):340-51. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2012.12.010.

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