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In Vivo Imaging Systems

In vivo imaging is the non-invasive visualization of living organisms for research or diagnostic purposes. In general, this method can be divided into two key areas: Anatomical/morphological imaging and molecular imaging. In molecular imaging, cellular functions or molecular processes are visualized, usually using biomarkers. In anatomical imaging, markers are not used and visualization is based on the intrinsic properties of the tissues and organs being observed, such as the attenuation of X-rays in computed tomography. Molecular imaging very often uses biomarkers labeled with bioluminescence or fluorescence.

In Vivo Imaging Systems

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In vivo imaging is the non-invasive visualization of living organisms for research or diagnostic purposes. In general, this method can be divided into two key areas: Anatomical/morphological imaging and molecular imaging. In molecular imaging, cellular functions or molecular processes are visualized, usually using biomarkers. In anatomical…
In vivo imaging is the non-invasive visualization of living organisms for research or diagnostic purposes. In general, this method can…

Suppliers

The following suppliers offer In Vivo Imaging Systems products.

  • Vitaris AG
  • Witec AG