A basic whole-body bioluminescent and fluorescent in vivo imaging system for small laboratory animals

01 June 2018 → 31 May 2020
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Agricultural and food sciences
    • Veterinary immunology
    • Veterinary medical imaging
    • Veterinary microbiology
vivo imaging oncology farmacology immunology virology bacteriology
Project description

With in vivo optical imaging the distribution and multiplication of viruses, bacteria, stem and tumor cells, as well as the action of genes, nanomedicines and DNA/RNA drugs can be investigated without the need to kill the experimental animals. By using this technique the number of experimental animals can be drastically reduced in preclinical oncological, pharmacological, immunological, virological and bacteriological research.