Intravital Imaging

Intravital imaging is a method that allows for visualization of biological processes in live animals (in vivo) with sufficient resolution to pick out cellular behaviors and molecular signals under lying them. This method of microscopy can be performed using several light microscopy techniques including wide-field fluorescence, confocal, multi photon, and spinning disk microscopy. What technique is implemented for intravital imaging is based on what penetration of depth is needed to image an area and the amount cell-cell interaction details required.

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