Live Animal Imaging Facility (McGill U. / Life Sciences Complex)

Mots clés: Imagerie des tumeurs, fluorescence, luminescence, phénotypage des petits animaux.

Keywords: Tumor imaging, Fluorescence, Luminescence, Small animal phenotyping.

Description

The research-dedicated animal imaging facility allows researchers to:

  • Perform in-vivo non-invasive luminescence and fluorescence imaging for xenograft tumor growth and metastasis studies.
  • Assess and measure anatomical structures and blood velocity for small animal phenotyping.
  • Follow disease progression and drug response more precisely.
  • Significantly reduce the number of animals required for kinetic studies, all in a barrier facility.

Nous joindre

Peter Siegel

McGill U., Goodman Cancer Research Centre, Animal Resources Centre

514-398-4259

peter.siegel@mcgill.ca

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