High-resolution, noninvasive longitudinal live imaging of immune responses.

@article{Abdulreda2011HighresolutionNL,
  title={High-resolution, noninvasive longitudinal live imaging of immune responses.},
  author={Midhat H. Abdulreda and Gaetano Faleo and Ruth Damaris Molano and Maite Lopez-Cabezas and Judith Tibisay Molina and Yaohong Tan and Oscar A Ron Echeverria and Elsie Zahr-Akrawi and Rayner Rodriguez-Diaz and Patrick Karlsson Edlund and Ingo B. Leibiger and Allison L Bayer and V{\'i}ctor P{\'e}rez and Camillo Ricordi and A. V{\'a}squez Caicedo and Antonello Pileggi and P. -O. Berggren},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={108 31},
  pages={
          12863-8
        }
}
Intravital imaging emerged as an indispensible tool in biological research, and a variety of imaging techniques have been developed to noninvasively monitor tissues in vivo. However, most of the current techniques lack the resolution to study events at the single-cell level. Although intravital multiphoton microscopy has addressed this limitation, the need for repeated noninvasive access to the same tissue in longitudinal in vivo studies remains largely unmet. We now report on a previously… CONTINUE READING

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