In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging of Angiogenic Vessels in Liver Cancer Animal Model Using the iBox Explorer2 Imaging Microscope
18 Feb 2015

Angiogenesis is a vital component of both normal physiological processes and a number of disease states. UVP’s iBox® Explorer2 Imaging Microscope system provides an effective way to image angiogenesis in vivo, aiding researchers in understanding and evaluating different conditions that stimulate or inhibit angiogenesis in preclinical models and human disease. In this application note, the iBox Explorer2 is used to visualize angiogenesis vessels in the liver cancer animal model.

Show    per page
1 of 4     Page  1 2 3  ... Next 
In Vivo Imaging of a Cy5.5 Labeled Amyloid-β, an Alzheimer's Disease Associated Protein Small Animal Imaging, Alzheimers Disease26 Jan 2015Read
Low Light Imaging of Reactive Oxidative Species within Wound Sites Using Luminol Small Animal Imaging21 Jan 2015Read
Measurement of Delayed Fluorescence in Plants – a Monitoring System for Stress Factors Plant Science15 Jan 2015Read
Viewing Microscopic Myoanatomy of Echinoderes in 3D 3D Imaging12 Jan 2015Read
Tracking Microtubules in Live Cells with High Spatial Resolution 3D Imaging7 Jan 2015Read
Studying Dynamic Stem Cell Interactions in the Mouse Neocortex Neurobiology, 3D Imaging22 Dec 2014Read
Masking Method Reveals New Aspects of Neuron Morphology 3D Imaging, Neurons17 Dec 2014Read
Live 3D Imaging of Early-Embryonic Beating Hearts in Zebrafish 3D Imaging, Cardiovascular Disease12 Dec 2014Read
Insights in the Rat Brain by High Resolution BOLD functional MRI Neurobiology, MRI12 Dec 2014Read
Imaging of Tumor Growth and Metastasis in a Pancreatic Cancer Mouse Model Cancer, Animal Models, Tumors10 Dec 2014Read

Popular tags in SelectScience

Buying Guides