Figure 1: Radiant efficiency for Forelimbs of male BL10 versus male MDX mice (n=6, age=26wks)
Figure 2: Radiant efficiency for Hindlimbs of male BL10 versus male MDX mice (n=6, age=26wks)
Live animal optical imaging is a fast, non-invasive way to observe disease pathology in a live animal. In vivo imaging includes fluorescence planar imaging, fluorescence tomography, and bioluminescence. It is used to help identify and monitor disease development by highlighting their pathways and can therefore be an important tool to visualize therapeutic intervention.