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Xenogen IVIS 50 bioluminescent sample protocol: luciferase labeling of a tumor in mice

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http://harvard.eagle-i.net/i/0000012b-00c5-2048-db6e-7a3f80000002

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  1. Protocol

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  1. Resource Description
    This is a sample in vivo bioluminescence protocol for Xenogen IVIS 50 users. This protocol describes how to anesthetize an animal and then image and analyze the bioluminescent data from it. Applications using Xenogen IVIS 50 include oncology research, infectious disease, inflammation, metabolic diseases, neurology, gene therapy, stem cell biology, cardiovascular disease, immunology and transplantation biology, toxicology, and drug metabolism studies.
  2. Uses
    Xenogen IVIS 50 bioluminescence imaging system
  3. Uses
    In vivo bioluminescence
  4. Used by
    Longwood Small Animal Imaging Core Facility (BIDMC)
  5. Website(s)
    http://www.centerformolecularimaging.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/lsaif-luciferase_imaging_of_mouse_tumors.pdf
 
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