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IVIS Imaging

IVIS Spectrum Imaging Core

Non-invasive in vivo imaging allows researchers to sequentially image animals over time yielding valuable information on disease progression, cell trafficking and gene expression patterns in living animals.  The RTSF IVIS Spectrum Imaging Core at Michigan State University, is a versatile, advanced in vivo bioluminescent and fluorescent pre-clinical imaging system that combines high-throughput and full tomographic optical imaging in one platform.  It has applications in many field of research - such as oncology, stem cell research, infectious disease, toxicology, gene therapy, neurology, drug metabolism, immunology and transplant biology.  Training with the XFM-2 fluorescence and XPM-2 bioluminescence mouse phantoms is provided to each researcher to enable proper use and understanding of the IVIS Spectrum and Living Image software.  We can provide assistance with many different techniques as well as experimental design and protocol development.  We also provide information for grants (letters of support, information for vertebrate animal sections), and for Animal use Forms (AUF).

Tags: Imaging, IVIS, Research, X-RAD
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Tags: RTSF, Directory, Bioinformatics, Flow Cytometry, Imaging, IVIS, Mass Spectrometry, Proteomics, Genomics

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