Visualization techniques - From immunohistochemistry to magnetic resonance imaging
AbstractBiology is, undoubtedly, a fascinating subject and the opportunity of studying its different aspects in vivo or in vitro, is even more intriguing. The development of systems able to follow the expression/localization/behavior of several different proteins helped researchers to better understand some of the fundamental biological dogma. This volume belongs to the Neuromethods series and covers a wide range of visualization techniques from immunohistochemistry to magnetic resonance imaging, from high speed imaging of 3D objects to digital infrared thermography....
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