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Development of a 3D optical imaging system for in vivo detection of bioluminescence

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A 3D optical imaging system has been developed at Xenogen Corporation for detection of bioluminescence in small mammals such as mice. We describe the instrumentation and algorithms for photon transport. Images of tissue phantoms and bioluminescent mice will be presented.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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