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10 Tips for Successful In Vivo Optical Imaging
Enhance the ultimate success and reproducibility of your imaging experiments with these tips.!--h2>
In vivo optical imaging is a powerful methodology allowing users to monitor molecular and functional events noninvasively in a broad array of applications from cancer biology to microbiology using either bioluminescent or fluorescent reporters. The ultimate success and reproducibility of your imaging experiments can be greatly enhanced by following these simple tips.
Brad N. Taylor, Ph.D., is advanced training manager of optical imaging instrumentation at PerkinElmer.
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