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Small Animal Imaging Facility: Optical/Bioluminescence Sub-Core (Penn)

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    "The Optical/Bioluminescence Sub-Core of the SAIF provides the capability to perform cellular and molecular non-invasive in-vivo bioluminescence, near-infraredfluorescence and Cerenkov imaging. The instrumentation allows sensitive, non-invasive molecular imaging for a variety of applications including detection and quantification of various bioluminescent or fluorescent reporter-expressing cells or tissues (in culture or in small animals). The facility currently houses a Perkin Elmer IVIS Lumina II, two LI-COR Pearl Impulse Imagers and two Perkin Elmer IVIS Spectrums. The Facility offers assistance with experimental design, regulatory approval, troubleshooting, data management, analysis and display."
  2. Contact
    Huang, Ching-Hui
  3. Affiliation
    Small Animal Imaging Facility (Penn)
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  5. Director
    Delikatny, Jim., PhD
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