Advanced Fluorescence Imaging Facility: From Super High Resolution To Whole Animal Imaging
Grant number: LE110100125 | Funding period: 2011 - 2012
The establishment of this advanced fluorescence imaging facility will provide cutting-edge infrastructure to examine cells, pathogens and interactions between engineered drug delivery systems in both cells and whole animals. The facility will foster the development of new nanomedicines.
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