In vivo imaging is the non-intrusive representation of a living organism for research or diagnostic purposes. Generally, this technique can be partitioned into two key zones: anatomical/morphological imaging and molecular imaging. In molecular imaging cell work or sub-atomic cycles are visualized, ordinarily utilizing biomarkers. While in anatomical imaging no marker is utilized and visualization depends on the intrinsic properties of the tissues and organs being noticed, for example, the constriction of X-rays on account of computed tomography. Molecular imaging very often uses biomarkers marked with bioluminescence or fluorescence.
By utilizing in vivo molecular imaging, different sub-atomic events can be observed simultaneously, for example, to visualize drug impacts, to optimize drug and gene therapy, to monitor tumour growth or to study disease movement in both, living animals and plants.
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