In Vivo Imaging

In vivo imaging is a non-invasive technique which gives a whole-animal real-time insight into biological processes, cancer research and drug discovery. Technologies used in small-animal pre-clinical imaging include SPECT, PET, CT, MRI, fluorescence, bioluminescence and X-ray. Single or multi-modality systems and software solutions are available for organ, tissue, cell, or molecular level analyses.

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