Better Data, Better Understanding: Enhancing In Vivo Research With Advanced Imaging & Analysis


  • Preclinical fluorescence molecular imaging can acquire useful and quantifiable imaging datasets in a wide variety of disease models. Different strategies can be applied during acquisition with analysis procedures ranging from 2D epifluorescence, to more complex 3D analysis. Additionally, careful mouse positioning, rotational surface mapping, background fluorescence correction, ROI placement, and probe ratios or normalization (imaging math) must be considered and taken into account when performing image analysis.

    Watch this on demand webinar, presented by Dr. Jeff Peterson, Director of Applied Biology at PerkinElmer, where he discussed imaging and analysis strategies, advantages, and techniques to generate high quality datasets.