Seeing Disease From Every Angle: How 3D Optical Tomography Enhances Life Science Research


Optical tomography is a technique that produces 3D images of bioluminescent and fluorescent sources. By imaging in 3D, you glean a deeper understanding of exact source location and intensity at depth in tissues. This feature facilitates study of disease pathogenesis and interactions between disease biomarkers which may be missed or inaccurately diagnosed from 2D planar imaging. Watch this on demand webinar to learn about:

  • Situations where optical tomography can add value to your research
  • What optical tomography is and how it’s accomplished on the IVIS® Spectrum & IVIS SpectrumCT optical imaging systems
  • Common applications and how you could use 3D imaging for your studies
  • Tips and tricks for obtaining successful 3D images