This equipment forms part of Newcastle University's Preclinical In Vivo Imaging Facility:
Real time in vivo imaging The IVIS can image bioluminescence and fluorescence in up to 4 mice during a single scanning session. Images can be used to can generate high quality 3D quantitative representations of bioluminescence and fluorescence (400-900 nm) in vivo and in real time.
The software enables easy switching between fluorescence and bioluminescence modes of imaging and can allow 2 spectral images to be integrated.
An added benefit of the system is that it incorporates a topographic laser scanner and can yield for single-view, diffuse tomographic reconstructions of internal sources.
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