The World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) that was scheduled for October 7-10 in Prague, Czech Republic will move to a full virtual event!
The Opening Ceremonies will begin Wednesday featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, NIAID Director, National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Fauci has advised six Presidents on HIV/AIDS/COVID-19 and many other domestic and global health issues.
WMIS is dedicated to supporting Molecular Imaging (MI) research and are inviting people from around the world to join as they explore the possibilities of bridging biology and molecular imaging.
There is no charge for this event – registration is free.
Learn more about in vivo imaging! Scientists are pioneering new applications for in vivo cellular and molecular imaging. These applications are based on genetic engineering advances and improved imaging technologies. In vivo imaging has become quantifiable, highly sensitive and amenable to high-throughput study design.
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Our FLIVO products are cell permeant, non-toxic caspase inhibitors, allowing for the in vivo detection of caspase-mediated apoptosis in living animals.
FLIVO is very sensitive and will also detect naturally occurring, low-level apoptosis.
We hope you’ll take advantage of this free event!
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