Better Understand Biology Of Disease Using In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging


Fluorescence imaging is a versatile preclinical approach that can be used in a variety of research areas, including cell tracking, inflammation, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and toxicology. It’s come a long way over the years and today it’s no longer just about beautiful images, but rather a sensitive and quantitative tool for studying disease biology or evaluating drug candidates non-invasively in living animals

Watch this on demand webinar presented by Dr. Jeffrey Peterson, Director of Applied Biology at PerkinElmer, to learn how you can turn your animal model into a quantitative, biological-imaging model using florescence imaging strategies ranging from end-point rapid screening to deep biological profiling of disease processes and response to drug therapy.