Xenogen releases software for bio research

May 17, 2005 — Xenogen Corp., an Alameda, Calif.-based company that specializes in biophotonic imaging technology, released an advanced 3D software analysis package Monday that enables researchers to visualize, track and understand biological processes in living animals, non-invasively and in real time.

The software is compatible with Xenogen’s existing imaging systems and represents the first release in the company’s developing platform of 3D imaging capabilities. The software includes new tools that enable scientists to more accurately locate in three dimensions and quantify the signal strength of bioluminescent reporters, or glowing “tags” that light up targeted biological processes, in living animals.


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