In vivo imaging van transgene Leishmania parasieten in een Live Host

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Thalhofer, C. J., Graff, J. W., Love-Homan, L., Hickerson, S. M., Craft, N., Beverley, S. M., Wilson, M. E. In vivo Imaging of Transgenic Leishmania Parasites in a Live Host. J. Vis. Exp. (41), e1980, doi:10.3791/1980 (2010).

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Materials

Name Type Company Catalog Number Comments
D-Luciferin Potassium Salt Reagent Caliper Life Sciences 122796
IVIS Imaging System 200 Series Equipment Caliper Life Sciences Other IVIS models that can be used include: Lumina II, Lumina XR, Kinetic, and Spectrum.

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