Microultrasound and its application to longitudinal studies of mouse eye development and disease.

Abstract

Microultrasound imaging is a flexible high-resolution real-time in vivo imaging modality based on the transmission and the reception of ultrasound waves. Because of its high temporal (>250 Hz) and spatial (30-150 µm) resolutions and the noninvasive nature of ultrasound, microultrasound is used extensively in preclinical research to monitor functional and… (More)
DOI: 10.1101/pdb.prot068544

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