Biology Doesn't Just Happen in 2D: When To Use 2D vs. 3D In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging


No question 2D fluorescence imaging is the go-to modality for animal imaging studies due to ease-of-use and speed. Subcutaneous tumors, skin- or paw-inflammation, and even kidney and liver applications are quick and easy using 2D fluorescence. However, improved detection of deep tissue biology, in the context of structure and morphology, of tissues is often needed making 3-dimensional (3D) in vivo fluorescence imaging increasingly important in biomedical research. Watch our on demand webinar and learn about the benefits of 2D and 3D in vivo fluorescence imaging and how and when to use each to help guide and increase your understanding of complex diseases and develop new therapeutic solutions.