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Digital Volumetric Imaging of Angiogenesis in  Tissue Engineered Constructs
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Digital Volumetric Imaging of Angiogenesis in Tissue Engineered Constructs

Digital Volumetric Imaging of Angiogenesis in  Tissue Engineered Constructs
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Digital Volumetric Imaging of Angiogenesis in Tissue Engineered Constructs

Accurate identification of functional vasculature is of critical importance in evaluating construct integration. Digital volumetric imaging (DVI) is an automated serial sectioning and microscopic imaging technique that can bridge the resolution gap between micro-computed tomography and conventional histology. We use DVI to study in vivo vascularization of tissue engineering constructs in a variety of settings.
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