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In Vivo Bioluminescence Imaging

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    Bioluminescence imaging is a high-sensitivity, low-noise, noninvasive technique used for visualizing, tracking, and monitoring specific cellular and genetic activity in a living subject. A highly sensitive camera placed in a light-tight imaging chamber passively detects light created by luciferase. A typical image takes 1 to 5 minutes to acquire.
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    Longwood Small Animal Imaging Core Facility (BIDMC)
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