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In-vivo Fluorescence Imaging of Bacterial Infection in the Mouse Lung

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A fluorescence fiber optic microendoscope is integrated into a whole-animal imaging system to enhance the detection sensitivity for fluorescent bacteria in lung infections of live mice.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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