IVIS Spectrum

St Vincent

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Mr. Tom Loudovaris

(613) 9288 2405


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Post author: Tom Loudovaris. Last update: 30/10/2015 at 9:39 am by Tom Loudovaris.

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The IVIS Spectrum allows observation of cells non-invasively in animals making it a very useful tool for work on bone biology, metabolic research, diabetes and transplantation. Expertise lies in using mice with fluorescent markers. 100-1000 cells sensitivity.

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  • Support for experimental design is available.

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Mr. Tom Loudovaris

Mr. Tom Loudovaris

Facility Manager at St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research.

P: (613) 9288 2405 | Email |

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: Central
Affiliations: St Vincents Institute of Medical Research

Biological Science categories: In-vivo imaging, Mulit-modal, Optical, Small animal