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Fluorescence and Luminescence Imaging Instrument for Duke Shared Resource

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Award date: 
Mar 24, 2015
Award amount: 
$135,232
Organization name: 
Duke University
Principal Investigator: 
Palmer, Gregory M.
Grant program category: 
Research and Equipment Support
Grant program name: 
Institutional Development Grant
Region: 
Research Triangle

The IVIS Lumina III is used for fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging of live small animals. This non-invasive and non-ionizing technology allows the same animals to be imaged multiple times over a study timecourse. The equipment will support and enhance an excellent community of researchers studying radiation biology for therapeutic and radiation safety applications.

Fiscal year: 
2015