INphoton: Microscopy, in-vivo imaging can be used for drug research

04/16/2008 | Genetic Engineering News

INphoton has a new way to assess drug efficacy and toxicity in animals with microscopy that uses multiphoton fluorescence imaging. MFI can "operate as an in-vivo imaging modality that can provide a combination of resolution and sensitivity at subsecond timescales," wrote Timothy Alan Sutton and Kenneth William Dunn, both of INphoton, in this article.

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