Tag Archives: in vivo

Screening sunscreens: protecting the biomechanical barrier of skin from ultraviolet radiation damage

The uppermost layer of human skin, known as the stratum corneum (SC), is the most important physical barrier between the human body and the environment and plays a surprisingly acute role in the mechanical function of full

Reliable molecular imaging of bioluminescence and NIR fluorescence in vivo

In vivo molecular imaging is a powerful tool for non-invasive analysis of cellular and molecular mechanisms. Whole-body optical imaging of small animals is now widely used in preclinical research to explore disease mechanisms, evaluate drug candidates, and