Multiplex optical imaging allows integration of imaging results from different probes offering opportunities to gather more data from fewer research animals. Fluorescence probes are widely used in in vivo imaging research to study biological molecular processes, monitor disease and its progression, and evaluate efficacy and safety of drugs. Each probe alone provides valuable biological and molecular information. When integrated with other probes that detect complimentary biological activities, simultaneous events can be visualized in 2D or 3D to better understand the full complexity of biological processes from a single subject.
Watch this on demand webinar, presented by Dr. Jeff Peterson, Director of Applied Biology at PerkinElmer, where he discussed strategies, advantages, and techniques using in vivo multiplex fluorescence imaging to enhance and accelerate cancer, inflammation, autoimmunity, and toxicology research.